A sleigh ride wasn’t the first activity that came to mind, but that first day we saw the sleighs lining up and thought it might be a bit of a lark.
It was New Year’s Eve and we booked a 2pm sleigh ride. I figured any later we’d probably freeze to death. The ride was for about 45 minutes, out around the edge of the lake and back.
Rides were on the hour and sometimes run at night.
We arrived at the departure point about 15 minutes before the ride and watched those who had been on the ride before come back looking somewhat frozen. The only covering you had provided was a red blanket.
Wisely we put on many layers of clothing, hats, and gloves.
We managed to get a seat for ourselves where the maximum per seat was three. The blanket wasn’t the thickest.
It was cold, and according to my phone, about minus 15 degrees Fahrenheit. You could feel it, and it was lucky we were not moving fast.
At the halfway point, we went out onto the lake to turn around. It gave us a chance to take a photo of the sleigh, and the horses pulling it. I felt sorry for the horses out in the cold.
As we turned around, we got to see a frozen waterfall.