Discovering Winter Adventure And ‘Friluftsliv’ In Door Peninsula, Wisconsin

Over the frozen ice of the Bay of Green Bay, Captain JJ Malvitz is speeding a group of first-time ice fishers in a Polaris Ranger towards a red ice house — a heated 8’ x12’ cabin with no floors and holes drilled through the ice. Over pretzel buns and brats people will try their hand at catching whitefish. Outside other-colored cabins are being whisked by vehicles to favorite lucky spots. The sounds of drills in the ice fill the air. It’s all part of winter adventure in Door Peninsula, Wisconsin, celebrating ‘Friluftsliv’ — a Scandinavian term for love of the outdoors —and a perfect place for a weekend snowy

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