The fat bikes were tuned for snow and transported from nearby Huntsville to the Pielsticker party palace (PPP) where we harnessed chariot trailers to them to carry our food and gear into the camp at the east end of the park where Nordic tracks are set and the trails are groomed.
Obese tires are designed for challenging terrain. My first encounter with such fatties was in Africa where Dag, our Norwegian comrade, sported these babies.
On snow, provided it is piste or relatively packed, these tires roll smoothly. And we did some trial loops with weight.
Chickadees dominate these feeders.
Fresh snow outside a heated cabin stocked with heaps o' firewood.
Ever the scout, Randy inspects a campsite.
An old railway bed off the Thompson loop.