will drive your
snowmobile for you, if we have to cross a road way.
will check with you often, to make sure your
is functioning properly.
will stop often if you wish, so you can
communicate with your friends and family!
is there when you get
is half the fun!
is always there at just the
right time to take some snaps for you that you can share with
If your feeling like you are
in over your head just wave!
is there to help!
always, when ever possible, tries to end our day
with a nice
High skill level required. A fair level of
personal risk. Can be labour intensive!
SNOW BANKS in BACK ROAD CORRIDORS
A phenomena ONLY in
that is created partly because of our short 100 or so years of
history. There was homesteads on just about every 1/2 mile of
road within the province back in the 30's. Here's a little snow
bank fun, we make pounding the big banks totally optional, you
don't have to "driver in there!" Above...nail 'n a
2-3 foot Blowthru created by an earlier wind or an opening in
the trees. You find these blow thru banks on the old back road
corridors that are not open or plowed during the winter. This
bank pictured is along one of many which are adjacent the
Original Carlton Trail in the Nisbet Forrest. Often these banks
are easily 6 to 10 feet tall (2 to 3 meters) and if you catch
them shortly during or after their creation wow...! It is just
bottomless powder...W.O.T. YOU WOULD CERTAINLY HAVE TO BE THERE
TO UNDERSTAND THIS! (Often there is a F. abbreviation in W.O.T.
!) Non stop straight up and down extremely aggressive riding!
Most people from Saskatchewan completely avoid this type of
terrain because the bigger, and the meaner the mountain sled
they are riding in the prairies, the more foolish they look
aggressive banks. Also the physical straight up and down with
very little space for momentum before the next hit, has your
average Saskatchewan resident heading for the mountains before
they will take on such snow conditions here! With the typical
back road corridors it is not a good place to
And please don't worry about getting stuck with the
snowmobile, that is part of the sport. unofficially known as
OK, here is the deal, you get the
snowmobile stuck, and I will get it out...you let me worry about what
Does yours truly ever get stuck?