Category Archives: Snowkiting
This post is for everyone who took or planning to take a lesson with iKite.ca. We urge you to leave a feedback about your experience with us by commenting this post. Should you have any questions about upcoming lessons – … Read more
Hello everyone! We have been trying to set this up for a couple of weekends, but unfortunately the weather didn’t give us right conditions. We aren’t giving up and will plan this for One More time on this coming Sunday, … Read more
Dear snowkiters and their families! The event is re-scheduled to Saturday, February 25 due to weather conditions. (CANCELED) We are planning to organize an exciting snow kite race event. It will take place at Cook’s Bay in Keswick, Ontario. Click … Read more
We have added a new kiteboarding spot on Lake Ontario, near St. Catharines. The spot is great for kite surfing and snowkiting. Please check it out here.
Before signing up to attend our kiting lessons please make sure you have the proper snowkiting gear. While we provide most of the gear, you will be responsible for the rest of the equipment. A description is added to our … Read more
It is defiantly a great snow kiting condition on Cook’s Bay, near Keswick as of Saturday, January 28, 2012. The picture was taken today at 11am by Alex Averkov. Many thanks to you, Alex! The whole bay is covered with … Read more
I have done my research and found some webcams in Ontario. Some cameras pointing to lakes and some pointing to town’s streets, skate rinks or land marks – any ways you should clearly see the weather condition in the area … Read more
We have added a new kiteboarding spot on Lake Simcoe, near Keswick (Ontario). The spot is great for kite surfing and snowkiting. Please check it out here.
Keswick looks like a good spot for snow kiting at this time of the year, since the Cooks Bay area is one of the first to freeze during the winter in southern Ontario. Here are the latest photos to report … Read more
We have been waiting for 2012 winter snowkiting, but it hasn’t arrived yet. Maybe it’s because we didn’t ask Santa for some snow. What can we do?