Duck Lake to Nisbet Forest 14-11
 

FULL DAY NISBET FOREST CROSS COUNTRY TOURS


FULL DAY NISBET TOURS

  • Lots and lots of Km's through Nisbet Forest & around outlaying country side and communities.
     
  • Transportation for up to 4 persons included unless otherwise specified.
     
  • Head to toe gear available as required.
     
  • Each individuals meals, fuel & oil extra, + + as required unless specified otherwise.
     
  • Pricing for Full Day Nisbet Forest Cross Country Tours
     
  • A Good Reason to let a SNOCRUISE Tour Guide Lead the Way!      
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RIDE'N WITH THE BOYZ  
FEBRUARY 23, 2014
Max Temp: -19.4C Min temp: -28.1C


8:34
AM
All fired up for an 8:45 AM departure.


9:17
AM On the highway we head to Duck Lake.

9:54
AM

  Down town Duck Lake we discuss the cold weather action plan!
 
Max Temp: -19.4C Min temp: -28.1C

9:58
AM With the sleds fired up we go in for breakfast.
9:59 AM It is minus 30, we have fired up the sleds so they warm while we have breakfast...
http://youtu
.be/141110v

...there is frost and steam and smoke in the air on this COOL morning!

Except a pair of handle bar hooks w
e have completed our 2013 Project sled  transformation from Bush Whacker to  SNOCRUISE Prairie Max 600.

11
:14 AM The sleds are warm and being unloaded.

11:15 AM Unloaded making a couple spins.


11
:25 AM Time for some orientation and suspension adjustment that will better suite the rider.



11:08
AM We hit the open fields and meadows near Duck Lake.

12
:29 PM And the FUN begins!

Surely your guide wouldn't take you into deep snow...and get you
stuck!



 

11:03 AM Snocruising the meadows!
11:04 AM Snocruising around while some team members of our group... http://youtu
.be/141137V

help others get unstuck in the dry Saskatchewan powder.

Someone stuck getting a push out.

12:37
PM We check out a porcupine walking into the trees out of harms way.



12
:41 PM Frosty helmets.

11
:03 AM Enough wild life, time to snocruise!
.

12:56
PM Heading across the fields.
And
Saskatchewan  meadows!
http://youtu
.be/141150V
 

1
:02 PM Stuck in this nice little hollow.

11:03 AM Looks like a wrestling match going on there.

1
:21 PM Out of the breeze down in a hollow we have a visit.

1
:27 PM Holy moly! Not a track as far as the eye can see! It doesn't get any better than this!

This is what we have been looking for all day! Time to make Tracks!

1
:35 PM Stuck! No pain, no gain!

The team springs into action digging out the stuck
SNOCRUISER!

Extra help arrives.

I just about submerge this special edition
Yamaha XTC-P 700 snowmobile and one quick responsive tap on the go pedal and she's just about air borne pivoting on the agile 121!
121's are FUN!

1
:47 PM In the back country we follow a nice trail, but the deep snow has us off balance in the trees! Stuck!

11
:03 AM Three tries for a dollar!

1
:51 PM We stop to put together a helmet that has come undone.


Every one waits while I repair this visor which seems to  have detached it's self from an unusual excessive inside pressure!

2:39 PM With the visor repaired the team fires up and  we head out looking for our next snowmobile wonderland.
I think someone was not using the NO FOG properly and was aggressively scarping frost off the inside of there visor which broke it off the helmet.


4:11 PM Heading back to Duck Lake across the fields.

4:20
PM The oil light is on, meaning that the oil is getting low, and it is time to take the precaution and check more closely.

One lad wearing a neck warmer under his No-Fog, and we have one lad fogged up out of the whole group!
Here is the instructions one more time!
NO FOG masks
The Original NO-FOG
High Performance breath deflector

4:31 P
M Time to hit the deep powder hiding in the bulrushes!
4:35 PM The team is taking turns jumping Saskatchewan's FROZEN H2O...
http://youtu
.be/141198V
and in a very organized fashion, how strong team players would participate.

4:36 P
M Buried in the Bulrushes!

Stuck!

4:46 P
M Time to add some oil to this thirsty 600. 

5:44 PM

6:10 P
M After supper we are ready to fire up. 

Fuel up at Duck Lake 6:40 PM 56.4 Miles/91 KM

V Max
XTC-P 700

V Max
SXR

V Max
SX

 V Max
XTC
 

P Max
600

V Max
700
 

30.62 L

34.39 L

28.65 L

30.61 L

35.43 L

36.8 L

 


7:45 P
M

Fuel up in Saskatoon  74 Miles/119 KM

V Max
XTC-P 700

V Max
SXR

V Max
SX

 V Max
XTC
 

V Max
700
 

6.95 L

6.39 L

9.05 L

5.87 L

   6.5 L

SIGHTSEEING is one thing, but are you fit enough to participate  in a cross country snowmobile ride?

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