Following are free plans for sleds. These plans are for the woodworker with an intermediate to expert skill level.
This sled folds to fit in the back of a car, and unfolds to carry your gear. When you get there, secure your things and get to hauling. And if you bag some big game, it will help you get it back.
Believe it or not, this attractive white oak and steel sled was built largely from odds and ends - but it works just as well as the
benchmark models that are the envy of every kid on the hill. In fact, its maneuverability may even be superior because of the unique isolated steering design!
Corbin carrier sled construction begins with an old pair of wooden skis. If you don't already have these items stuck back in a garage or attic comer, check out your local ski exchange, Salvation Army, or Goodwill store.
At the time this article for an ammunition sled was written, barrels were as plentiful as cardboard boxes are now. In place of barrel staves, try using old skis. Old pairs of skis, or single skis can be found for free, or almost no cost.
This Arctic hand sled or sledge has limited instructions. The drawing provides some information, but some may find it difficult to read.
This Eskimo sled has limited instructions. The drawing provides some information, but some may find it difficult to read.