The Winter Sports ClipArt gallery includes 51 illustrations of sports requiring ice or snow.

"A, side view of American club-skate; B, bottom of the skate with the runner removed. a, runner; b, heel-plate; c, sole-plate; d, riveting by which the runner is attached to the heel- and sole-plates; e, e, clamps which grasp the sole when they are drawn rearward by the action of the curved slots f upon pins fixed firmly in the sole plate. Both these clamps are pivoted at their rear extremities to a bar g, connected by a winged adjusting screw h, to a collar i, which is pivoted to the heel-clamp j; k, spur which engages the front part of the heel when the heel-clamp is drawn foward; l, toggle-lever, by which the sole-clamps are drawn rear-ward and the heel-clamp forward simultaneously. In B this lever is shown turned out; to clamp the skate to the shoe, it is pressed inward under the sole out of sight." —Whitney, 1889

American Club Ice Skate - View from Side and Bottom

"A, side view of American club-skate; B, bottom of the skate with the runner removed. a, runner; b,…

"A pair of runners connected by a framework, used (sometimes with another pair) to carry loads or support the body of a vehicle, or, when of lighter build and supporting a light platform or seat, in the sport of coasting and for drawing light loads by hand. A, bob-sled, composed of two short sleds a, a1 connected by a perch b, which is attached to the sled a1 by a king bolt c, on which the sled a1 turns freely, thereby enabling it to be turned around in a space a little wider than its own length: the box or body of the sled, when one is used, is supported on the bolsters d, d1." —Whitney, 1889

Bobsled - Side View

"A pair of runners connected by a framework, used (sometimes with another pair) to carry loads or support…

A skater demonstrating a figure eight.

Figure Eight

A skater demonstrating a figure eight.

A figure skater demonstrating a maneuver with the outside edge of his skate forward.

Figure skater

A figure skater demonstrating a maneuver with the outside edge of his skate forward.

A figure skater demonstrating a maneuver with the outside edge of his skate backward.

Figure skater

A figure skater demonstrating a maneuver with the outside edge of his skate backward.

A figure skater executing a figure three turn.

Figure three

A figure skater executing a figure three turn.

A saw custom suited for cutting through ice. Ice saws may be used to open a hole in the ice covering a lake for those attempting to go 'ice fishing' in the winter.

Ice Saw

A saw custom suited for cutting through ice. Ice saws may be used to open a hole in the ice covering…

Couple ice skating.

Ice skating

Couple ice skating.

An illustration of a young adult couple ice skating on a pond.

Ice Skating

An illustration of a young adult couple ice skating on a pond.

An illustration of a man throwing a snowball while he gets hit by two.

Man Throwing Snowball

An illustration of a man throwing a snowball while he gets hit by two.

A figure skater demonstrating the "pig's ears" maneuver.

Pig's Ears

A figure skater demonstrating the "pig's ears" maneuver.

A frame for the foot like the sole of a shoe, furnished with a metallic runner or sometimes with small wheels, for moving rapidly on ice, or other smooth surface.

Skate

A frame for the foot like the sole of a shoe, furnished with a metallic runner or sometimes with small…

Man skate sailing.

Skate sailing

Man skate sailing.

Two children ice skating.

Skating

Two children ice skating.

Hoisting the skating flag on the Belvedere in Central Park, New York.

Skating Flag

Hoisting the skating flag on the Belvedere in Central Park, New York.

"Presumption often ventures quite too near, where danger should awaken wholesome fear" —Northdrop, 1893. A pair of ice skaters approach while another pair of skaters look on at two skaters that have fallen through the ice, near a danger sign, frantically try to get out of the icy waters.

Skating on Thin Ice

"Presumption often ventures quite too near, where danger should awaken wholesome fear" —Northdrop,…

"A wooden runner, of tough wood, from five to ten feet long, an or an inch and a half thick at the middle, but thinner toward the ends, an inch wider than the shoe of the user, and turned up in a curve at the front." —Whitney, 1889

Ski - Side and Bottom View

"A wooden runner, of tough wood, from five to ten feet long, an or an inch and a half thick at the middle,…

This sign indicates that ski bobbing is located nearby.

Ski Bobbing, Black and White

This sign indicates that ski bobbing is located nearby.

This sign indicates that ski bobbing is located nearby.

Ski Bobbing, Color

This sign indicates that ski bobbing is located nearby.

This sign indicates that ski bobbing is located nearby.

Ski Bobbing, Outline

This sign indicates that ski bobbing is located nearby.

This sign indicates that ski bobbing is located nearby.

Ski Bobbing, Silhouette

This sign indicates that ski bobbing is located nearby.

This sign indicates that ski jumping is located nearby.

Ski Jumping, Black and White

This sign indicates that ski jumping is located nearby.

This sign indicates that ski jumping is located nearby.

Ski Jumping, Color

This sign indicates that ski jumping is located nearby.

This sign indicates that ski jumping is located nearby.

Ski Jumping, Outline

This sign indicates that ski jumping is located nearby.

This sign indicates that ski jumping is located nearby.

Ski Jumping, Silhouette

This sign indicates that ski jumping is located nearby.

"1. A drag or dray without wheels, but mounted on runners, for the conveyance of loads over frozen snow or ice, or over mud or the bare ground, as in transporting logs and heavy stones. Also sledge. 2. A pair of runners connected by a framework, used (sometimes with another pair) to carry loads or support the body of a vehicle, or, when of lighter build and supporting a light platform or seat, in the sport of coasting and for drawing light loads by hand." —Whitney, 1889
<p>Illustration of a hand sled with a platform atop it and a rope with which to be pulled by a human or animal. Traditionally, these are not meant to be ridden, but used to convey materials.

Hand Sled or Sledge

"1. A drag or dray without wheels, but mounted on runners, for the conveyance of loads over frozen snow…

"A pair of runners connected by a framework, used (sometimes with another pair) to carry loads or support the body of a vehicle, or, when of lighter build and supporting a light platform or seat, in the sport of coasting and for drawing light loads by hand." &mdash;Whitney, 1889
<p>This illustration is of a hand sled. Unlike bobsleds, these sleds are not meant to be ridden. Instead, they are pulled by a person or animal, using the rope. The sleds transport materials.

Hand Sled

"A pair of runners connected by a framework, used (sometimes with another pair) to carry loads or support…

Children sled riding.

Sledding

Children sled riding.

Two children sledding.

Sledding

Two children sledding.

This sign indicates that sledding is located nearby.

Sledding, Black and White

This sign indicates that sledding is located nearby.

This sign indicates that sledding is located nearby.

Sledding, Color

This sign indicates that sledding is located nearby.

This sign indicates that sledding is located nearby.

Sledding, Outline

This sign indicates that sledding is located nearby.

This sign indicates that sledding is located nearby.

Sledding, Silhouette

This sign indicates that sledding is located nearby.

Children throwing snowballs at each other.

Snowball Fight

Children throwing snowballs at each other.

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway or shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, and other crossing activities might occur. Nonvehicular signs should be used only at locations where the crossing activity is unexpected or at locations not readily apparent.

Snowmobile Crossing, Black and White

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries…

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway or shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, and other crossing activities might occur. Nonvehicular signs should be used only at locations where the crossing activity is unexpected or at locations not readily apparent.

Snowmobile Crossing, Color

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries…

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway or shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, and other crossing activities might occur. Nonvehicular signs should be used only at locations where the crossing activity is unexpected or at locations not readily apparent.

Snowmobile Crossing, Outline

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries…

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway or shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, and other crossing activities might occur. Nonvehicular signs should be used only at locations where the crossing activity is unexpected or at locations not readily apparent.

Snowmobile Crossing, Silhouette

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries…

This sign indicates that snowmobiling is permitted nearby.

Snowmobiling, Black and White

This sign indicates that snowmobiling is permitted nearby.

This sign indicates that snowmobiling is permitted nearby.

Snowmobiling, Color

This sign indicates that snowmobiling is permitted nearby.

This sign indicates that snowmobiling is permitted nearby.

Snowmobiling, Outline

This sign indicates that snowmobiling is permitted nearby.

This sign indicates that snowmobiling is permitted nearby.

Snowmobiling, Silhouette

This sign indicates that snowmobiling is permitted nearby.

"A kind of shoe in vogue in northern latitudes which enables the wearer to pass rapidly over the surface of the snow without sinking therin."&mdash;Finley, 1917

Snowshoe

"A kind of shoe in vogue in northern latitudes which enables the wearer to pass rapidly over the surface…

A device worn the shoe to prevent sinking in snow.

Snowshoe

A device worn the shoe to prevent sinking in snow.

An Eskimo snowshoe of a North American Indian tribe.

Eskimo Snowshoe

An Eskimo snowshoe of a North American Indian tribe.

This sign indicates that snowshoeing is permitted nearby.

Snowshoeing, Black and White

This sign indicates that snowshoeing is permitted nearby.

This sign indicates that snowshoeing is permitted nearby.

Snowshoeing, Color

This sign indicates that snowshoeing is permitted nearby.

This sign indicates that snowshoeing is permitted nearby.

Snowshoeing, Outline

This sign indicates that snowshoeing is permitted nearby.

This sign indicates that snowshoeing is permitted nearby.

Snowshoeing, Silhouette

This sign indicates that snowshoeing is permitted nearby.

A figure skater demonstrating "the loop".

The loop

A figure skater demonstrating "the loop".

A figure skater executing a figure "s" maneuver.

The Serpentine

A figure skater executing a figure "s" maneuver.