Wabler,check out this website: rottenronnies.ca he has a taxi service,and runs people out to his rental Hut`s,there & back every day.Or call them at: 519-586-7990 He would definetly know how much snow there is on the ice. I don`t have a sled or a quad(I would if I had a garage to store it in).My personel question would be-Snowshoes or Cross-Country Ski`s,which one would be the best for traveling,under these conditions[?].Would anyone out there know[?] Good Luck Wabler,if you are able to get out there,to those Honey-Holes.8D
Took a drive to old cut today. Lots of snow at the entrance to the ice,there is a couple of 4ft drifts that you have to get over. Don't know if a bike would get over them without sinking. Only saw a few sleds down there.
Red Fish... I would say snowshoes
Thanks jumbos for your personel advice.I don`t know how to use either one of these,but I will train myself on the snowshoes.People tell me,they don`t take that long to get use to walking in. WOW,4 foot drifts,now there is a challenge on snowshoes that I am looking for.Thanks Again.
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