This will be the last update of the season. The lake is currently 100% snow covered after a series of spring storms, making the bubble hunt challenging, but fun!
Spring has sprung! The bubbles are still here, but are getting increasingly harder to see due to foggy ice.
Still plenty of bubbles to be found as we near spring.
We are still enjoying great late season conditions on the lake.
Still lots of good bubbles to be found but you will have to put in a bit more effort to find them.
The ice is covered with a deep snow layer, creating beautiful sculpted scenes. The ice fog brought in by the extreme cold makes for an eerie atmosphere.
The ice is still mostly in good shape between Windy and Preachers Point. The recent warm weather has broken up the ice north of Windy Point, where vast areas of open water are now found.
Great conditions almost everywhere but some open water at Belly. The best options are Ice Bubbles Parking Lot and Abraham Slabs.
The past few days have been very dynamic with temperatures going from -40C to +10C followed by heavy rain. Luckily, the ice conditions are great for the most part.
Fantastic conditions as we come out of a week of extreme cold.