ULTRA MADNESS

SNOCRUISE Lesson in
"supposed misadventure":

"ULTRA WET"

SNOCRUISE
FAMILY TOURS

 SNOCRUISE
CURLING PACKAGES

SNOCRUISE
WINTER WEEKEND
POKER DERBY

CALENDAR


MAPS


There are no such thing as "Thin Ice" signs in Nisbet Forest or surrounding area. BEWARE check with local folks before you cross frozen water bodies.


Wow having sledded for close to 30 years, and we have beaver dams who have changed the landscape...should I say waterscape? There has never been open water
connecting some of these small Nisbet Lakes before! And we virtually rode right over it!

Well we didn't have any open water visible here
this year...but
now there is a beaver dam in this neck of the woods! When you have water flowing over and around a beaver dam....


Spring time
fun! If you say so!


Stuck in the
spring slush.


Oops! Who are those guys? Where did they come from?


W
ater Jumping.........
Jumping
right in! Water skipping!


Oh Oh 50HP is just not enough!


We found a boat, are you sure the sled went through here?


The South Branch is often covered with shifted ice slabs like this, we only cross the South Branch under controlled circumstances.


This is a rare sight on the
North Branch, however it's just another reason to use extreme caution when riding across the river. What would exactly happen if you got off the beaten path, and hit something like this I could only imagine.


We'll just spin this ice block around!
I don't think so!

The small lakes in Nisbet are pretty shallow, most times likely frozen to the bottom. You have to be careful around water outside the Nisbet.

(There are a few exceptions to the rule here: winter snow insulation value, direction or location of muskrat or beaver underwater channels etc.)

LEARN FROM OTHERS MISTAKES!

PLEASE

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