MEETING WITH WINTER: ADRENALINE ON THE SNOW
During the cold winter, it would be wise to retreat from the snowy conditions and send your adventurous spirit into hibernation. However, it would be a mistake to sleep through all those winter charms. For fearless fans of adrenaline sports, winter is the best time to invent new sports, combining existing, known and favorite ones. The snow cover provides many opportunities for recreation and enjoyment, but also for stunts that are reserved for fans of extreme sports.
Imagine sailing on ice, it sounds easy, but it’s not all that simple. It takes a lot of strength and skill to sail on ice. To engage in this sport practiced by Canadians, you need a specially made sailboat. The fact that is not very happy is that this is, nevertheless, an extremely expensive sport, and in order to practice it, it is necessary to “jump” to Canada.
Or maybe try the unusual ice bike ride… It sounds easy, but it’s an unusual winter activity that requires exceptional strength, endurance and, of course, a well-equipped bike. Beginners should not embark on this adventure without adequate training and proper equipment.
Snow kayaking is a very interesting sport for kayakers who don’t want to wait for the regular season. Water currents carry the kayak while, in the case of driving on snow on the mountain, the main role is played by gravity and, therefore, the dizzying acceleration down the slope. This activity also requires proper training and equipment, because otherwise it can have dangerous consequences.