No, this isn't a review of the Oscar nominated film -- but it is a terrific movie. Just been watching the Olympics and thinking about the trip this week last winter to Yellowstone and Grand Tetons National Parks to enjoy snowy activities, so here is a collection of some folks getting out in the snow and ice.
This fellow was ice sailing over the flats of Northerly Island. You can see the former air traffic control building right behind him when this was Meigs Field and then Soldier Field to the left.
When it's cold enough--which is happening less and less--people get out to climb the ice falls at Starved Rock.
This is more my speed. Snowshoeing to Observation Point to look down on Old Faithful geyser.
If you want some horse power assist, snow sleds are an option.
Or if you want a different source of horse power . . .