Need a sledge? If you have one of these popular plastic toys you.ll find that it does the job perfectly, particularly as a pullalong. The underside is a good shape and material for sliding over snow.
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Step 1: Tie Rope Around Horse's Neck
Just tie a rope below handles, keeping rope fairly low down. Pull in a straightish line on snowy grass. For sliding solo downhill this might be hard to steer. Centre of gravity is quite high.
Step 2: Get Out and Slide!
We found that an adult or older child can pull a 2 or 3 year old safely at a brisk running pace - good exercise for the puller! Or you can tie rope to a buggy and proceed at walking pace.
ASSESS ALL RISKS FOR YOURSELF. Rider should wear gloves. Have fun - we did!
If you try this instructable, you are very welcome to 'Add Comment' about how you got on. Thanks. Dom.