5 places in Las Vegas where you can find snow, ice, Merlin and holiday lights

Las Vegas’ nighttime low temperatures remain well above freezing, but that doesn’t mean you won’t be seeing seasonal attractions complete with ice and snow.

For skaters, who could resist a glide across the ice overlooking the Strip? That’s just what the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is offering, starting Nov. 20, at its Ice Rink.

Each afternoon and evening through Jan. 10, skaters, snow showers and s’mores will provide holiday fun on the site of the resort’s Boulevard Pool. An all-day skating pass costs $20; admission is free for non-skaters.