Ah, winter, the coldest season of the year. Festive, yet freezing. Some people welcome it, others loathe it. Regardless, we are here to make sure you have the best winter riddles to keep you warm while the temperature drops and the world becomes a winter wonderland. After you go outside to make some snowmen, ride a sled downhill and have a snowball fight, come back inside, enjoy a hot drink, gather your loved ones and settle in for some riddles about winter. Time to warm up your brain and by a blazing fire and enjoy our collection of winter riddles. Below you will find 3 sections: 1) general winter riddles with answers 2) winter riddles for kids and 3) winter riddles for adults. Share these smokin’ hot winter riddles through Facebook, Instagram, email or text message and warm up minds all throughout the frigid season.
Winter Riddles and Answers
I was known to Greek philosophers a thousand years ago, I have numbers all in a line, and I can tell you if rain will turn to snow. What am I?
You can find me in abundance in Greenland, in a box, in a sweet treat but you’ll never ever find me in an oven. What am I?
You can see me up north bundled up, I live inside a white house, and my diet is mainly Paleo. Who am I?
I am worn to mark a successful victory, I am also made of flowers and leaves formed into a circle, and I vary from big to tiny. What am I?
I am a dreamlike fairyland but I can be horrific to many when I cover the land with ice. What am I?
What kind of crystals don’t break when they hit the ground?
Snow, because they are ice crystals
How are minus zero, negative zero and below zero the same?
They are all ridiculously cold
We can be made of leather or can be made of wool, we come in pairs and keep you from cold. What am I?
Which of the following is not white? Igloo, a white dove, polar bears, milk, marshmallows, or snow?
Polar bears, because their fur is colorless. Each fur strand is actually transparent and pigment free with a hollow core which reflects light.
I have four sides, I am little and I can spin, and if you want to play just bet all your chocolate coins and hope you’ll win. What am I?
I am made of plastic or metal, I am used for play or for work, and you’ll usually see me in a sandbox but I am mostly out in the winter months. What am I?
I am unexpected, ferocious, dreadful, bitter, violent and bad, for when I come I can ruin your plans. What am I?
What does December, January and February have in common?
I am white and beautiful like a snow but I am not as cold as Ice. Who am I?
You can only do this every for four years over snow or ice, people do their very best to claim their price. What am I?
Winter Olympic Games
I am a massive, destructive and gigantic pile of fluff, and when I flow, get out of the way fast don’t move so slow. What am I?
A fiery shrub around Christmas time you see, it looks like a flowers but it is just leaves that are on a small tree.
I have wings but I cannot fly, I am a royal but not a king, I lay eggs but I am not a chicken. What am I?
Now that you’re all warmed up, think you can handle some hard riddles? Or, perhaps since the winter can seem so looooong, you might enjoy these long riddles.
Winter Riddles for Kids
Brrrr… It may be cold outside, but you can keep your kid’s minds sharp with some winter riddles for kids. Make the winter holiday season with your kids fun and exciting by adding these funny, tricky and challenging riddles about winter for kids. Whether you’re in a car ride or stuck at home because of unexpected weather, riddles always come in handy as a fun, yet challenging way to help kids learn reasoning skills. Warm their little precious noggins with some of these winter jokes and riddles for kids.
You’ll find me in Canada, in Alaska and in Russia but never in Africa. What am I?
This is something you see, so fluffy and white, in a cold December morning, it makes everything bright. What am I?
I come in many varieties and many color, you can also eat me or drink me and I can also keep the doctor away. What am I?
You can slide down the mountain when you put me on, I can be made from plastic, steel and sometimes I am wooden. What am I?
If you come up to the arctic you’ll see me everywhere, I am pulled by huskies to slide downhill. What am I?
You can start by making a roll then you can mold me, put a scarf on my neck and even a couple of coal. What am I?
It is worn outside the cold weather, sometimes it am made of plastic, fur, wool or even a leather.
I stand bright, decorated, tall and green, and only in December I’ll be the prettiest you’ve ever seen. What am I?
I may stand out like a sore thumb, but I can make a dark room glow and guide the others to keep the presents coming to a continuous flow. What am I?
Rudolf the red nosed reindeer
What do you look forward to that’s filled with little surprises and that looked like a giant persons sock?
Simple or ornate, small or massive, fake or original, but one thing is for sure that if it is lit Santa won’t come down from it. What is it?
I can be round, white and shaped like a ball yet I cannot be dribbled or bounced at all. What am I?
I am rich but I cannot be poor, I can be dark and I can be white, I can be hot or I can be cold, but one thing is for sure having too much of me can be a little jittery. What am I?
Winter Riddles for Adults
Most people like a challenge. But when it is freezing outside sometimes we get a bit lazy and our body wants to hibernate and store up fat for the winter. So use your brain to burn up those calories by tackling some winter riddles for adults. What a better way to show off your brain and mind skills than sharing riddles with friends or family. Whether you are a novice or a riddles wizard, our collection of winter adult riddles will keep your brain puzzled and boggled. Minds may “freeze” but it will be a fun way to turn the cold winter months from a snooze to amuse. Riddle-on and enjoy the most wonderful time of the year!
What can be a cap, a bed, a bank and a bird at the same time?
What do Celsius, Fahrenheit and Kelvin have in common?
They all have a temperature
I come with potatoes and am celebrated for 8 days straight, bright lights and lots of gifts await. What am I?
I live and thrive in the winter as I grow down and sharpen but you’ll never see me in the summer because I’ll die in warmth. What am I?
You’ll see me outside standing even in the cold months. I am made of a bunch of winter flakes and I like to keep warm with a knitted yarn. What am I?
I am a place where you can find a syrup farm, geese, snow, even loonies and toonies. What am I?
You’ll see me on Christmas on tables and wreaths, some people stand under me and might get a kiss. What am I?
What is cold and bites but no teeth?
In a one story Igloo in Canada, the bedrooms were yellow, the kitchen was blue, the living room was orange and the entry hall was red and the sitting room was purple. What color were the stairs?
I am mostly made of soft comfortable material, I always come in pairs and I can also be used so you won’t get burn . What am I?
I am a catchy carol and a tune with that you can rhyme, that contains 12 grand gifts around Christmas time. What am I?
You can eat my leaves, shoots and root, that when it’s cooked its sweet. What am I?
In the graveyard
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