Toronto has officially frozen over. See it here in all its icy glory.

While we could be forgiven for buckling down and staying in during frosty final days of the year, many Torontonians couldn't help but get outdoors to capture the sights of the city during this extreme cold snap.

Take in the stunning sights of the city during the deep freeze

Steam rises from the street as a cyclist makes their way around in below-normal cold weather in Toronto. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press)

Winter has only officially been around for about a week and already Toronto has been plunged into a deep freeze.

Record-breaking lows will see the city smash a more than 100-year-old temperature record on Dec. 31, with a daytime high feeling like -22 C with the wind chill.

But while we could be forgiven for buckling down and staying in during frosty final days of the year, many Torontonians couldn't help but get outdoors to capture the sights of the city during this extreme cold snap.

Bid farewell to 2017 with these stunning shots.