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Great Ideas For Playing in Snow

Its winter time, and if you live in an area that gets snow, you might as well make the best of it and schedule snow fun activities for the family.
The Number one activities for snow loving Americans is sledding.

Pick Your Sled:

There are so many different ways to ride down a hill in snow. these are some of our favorite sleds.

Good Ole Plastic Toboggans

Everyone has used a plastic sled. you can buy them from any department store on your way to the hill. They are great, so long as you don’t mind not having any control on your way down.

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Snow Tube

Speaking of having no control. Tubes are a great way to have a blast, even if you cant see where you are going.

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Classic Toboggan

Wood Toboggans are still a favorite among sledders looking to relive the early days. Although Toboggans were originally used for practical purposes, they are still a great way to have fun in the snow.

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SnowBike

For those who like to have a bit more control of the direction they are sledding, Snow bikes are a fun option.

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Don’t Forget The Little Ones

The smallest members of your sledding team should have sleds that  fit them appropriately and have safety in mind.

Have Fun, and Stay Safe!

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