Safety Precaution

Always check the ice condition before you start sailing. Drill holes in the area where you are going to sail in to test ice thickness. Especially important in the beginning of the season. Make sure the ice thickness is not less than 4 inch and hard (known as black ice). Never go on the ice alone. Wear a life jacket, helmet and have an ice pick with you at all times. Ice/snow sailing & kitesurfing are a wonderful winter sport. Play it safe at all times.

Snowfer Ice Sailing Report


December 23, 2010


Christmas Gift Came Early !

Looks like Santa came early. It seems the whole Lake Simcoe is going to freeze early. And it’s not even the New Year yet.

Please take caution when venturing out on the ice. Usually the south part of the lake gets frozen early and it’s best you stay on that end part of the lake. When you see ice fishermen it’s best to check with them for ice thickness. 

If you’re interested for Demo or Snowfer lessons call Charles directly at (416) 226-1764 or (647) 478-7665.

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Lake Simcoe, Willow Beach, Ontario, Canada

Picture taken on December 23, 2010

Season’s  Greetings

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