Sometimes a minor, barely noticeable detail in the gear may cause a creeping and potentially big problem. Taking good care of your gear helps, but eventually something mysterious will put you in a bad position. That is when skills and preparedness is needed for action on the upper limits of a paddlers comfort zone.
We have had almost constant snowfall for weeks. Relatively weak ice has been pressed down and is filled and covered with water. The average crystal ice is 10 cm with a lot of variation. Even large holes can be found and seen under the slash of water and snow. Either a longer warm period is needed followed by days of frost to create a new scateable ice. The alternaive is northern winds that opens the coastal waters (enableing kayaking perhaps) and followed by cold and calm days.
Winter and early spring is the time to prepare for summer adventures. With us you get introduced to the sport and more. We have the equipment and experience for whatever season you might think of.