Reply by: Moose970 Posted: Mar. 6, 12:33:34 PM Points: 110
I drove out to the lake this past Sunday, the turnoff off Laramie River rd. had close to 15 inches of snow. I was able to make it down to the lake but was nervous because I was by myself and probably shouldn't have risked it. Luckily the snow was all fresh powered. Once I was able to plow a path I felt good about being able to get back on the main rd. The lake also had a ton of snow and where I fished only had about 6 inches of ice which is half from what it had last time which was closer to a foot of ice. Hope that helps.
Reply by: Ajax5240 Posted: Mar. 7, 10:35:42 AM Points: 27143
That is a dangerous place to be stuck! Just reaching cell service to call for help is a very long way away!
Had a buddy's truck break out there a few years back (luckily in summer) beyond what we could repair without parts. Even with access to the device you can use to tap into a phone box to make a call, it still took 10 hours for a tow truck and several attempts. Can't imagine what it would be like stuck there in the winter.
If you venture up, be very prepared for the worst!!