Pick out an easy design. Start by sketching blueprints for your fast sled.
Have an upturned bow and 3 inch to 4 inch sidewalls. It should be about 48 by 14 in. and it should have parallel runners or ridges on the bottom. Small raised ridges markedly improve speed.
What you will need:
A good design and good blueprints
Hard cardboard for runners
I hope you win your race!
A sled or toboggan designed for this use is the best choice, but for some uses (sliding down snowbanks) even a cardboard box will suffice.
Husky is a sled dog. They haul the sled.
no, all cardboard is made of trees.
Some, but not all, cardboard is treated with wax or laminated. These forms of cardboard are considered to be waterproof.
Some cardboard and paper are recycled to make new cardboard, but the primary raw material for cardboard is wood (celulose).
There is not a whole lot of information available as far as plans for dogsleds go. Probably the best way is to find a sled that you can look at or take measurements from and then build from there. I have found some basic information on line about sled building but even as a woodworker with 30 years experience I still did not feel it was enough information to build from.
There are many websites where someone can purchase snowmobile tracks for a sled. Some examples of websites where one can purchase some are Camoplast, eBay and Amazon.
take some worms and lay out some cardboard. dump the worms on the cardboard and wait
The Daily Green's website shows some very creative ways to reuse cardboard. Web Urbanist is another site that illustrates some of the awesome things that can be done with cardboard.
probaly huskies because they like the snow and some times are bred to sled race.
Learning how to control a dog sled can be a lot of fun. It is a great way to experience the outdoors and a fast way to travel through the snow. And besides, who doesn't love dogs?