Edit: I didn't actually explain these pictures very well the first time. My bad. In these pics I'm not actually riding on the beach. The beach is over a hundred yards away and where I'm at in the summer would be water. Everything you see is crushed ice where the water should be from wind storms pushing and stacking the ice.
Anybody else have beach riding like this? This was a spring ride a few years ago. You'll notice pretty much no tracks. The entire thing was hard as concrete and I could ride anywhere. The brown is sand that was churned up when the wind blew and mixed with the ice. Awesome riding since it's frozen sand and ice.
The city of Duluth in the background. These cliffs aren't sand covered by snow. They are solid crushed Ice 15 feet above the water. The beach is 100 yards to the left and the water is to the right. The water beneath me would be over 8 feet deep in the summer.
Facing Superior, WI. It's a powerful lake that can stack ice that high. Where I'm standing the water would be about 8 feet deep, but now it's solid crushed ice. The beach went on like this for over 5 miles.
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