ice run

ice run

[′īs ‚rən]
(hydrology)
The initial stage in the spring or summer breakup of river ice, being an exceedingly rapid process, seldom taking more than 1 day.
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It's also important to know beforehand how far away the nearest town is located in relation to your hunting area in case you need to make an ice run.
The picture, dated winter '63, a really cold winter, showed a heap of children in school uniforms, some of whom are in short trousers, extricating themselves from a pile up that had occurred somewhere along the ice run that was now the school playground.
The events sees teams drive their traditional "Hornschlitten" or "horned sledges" down a roughly one kilometre ice run with a height differential of 160 metres.
I was in the tropics but felt ice run through my veins.
has just won Olympic gold for hurling herself at 90mph on a tea tray down an ice run in Canada.
The Terror of the Towers Bloodfest Banquet and Hallowe'en Circus on Ice run from October 18 to November 2.
The brother and sister were born on May 29 last year at the attraction Pictures: MAXPIX HERE WE SNOWAn ice run at Pope's Cross Phoenix Park, Dublin, yesterday PURE JOY Children take on ice slope COOL RUNNINGS 'Michael Snowmacher' makes an appearance on Pine Valley Estate in Ballinteer, Dublin WATER SIGHT John Hussey from Killarney navigates a frozen waterfall on Carrauntoohill in Co Kerry yesterday
Firing yourself down an ice run, doing 60 or 70 mph on a tea tray?
The snow came at the very end but you could queue up for half-an-hour and get a ride an inner tube down an ice run.
Snow White on Ice runs until April 26 with matinee .