three inches to safely skate on ice.
4 inches or more, but no less than that.
The ice on a hockey rink is approximately 3/4" thick. The thicker it is, the slower is is to skate, and that is not good.
5 inches is thick enough to skate on safely...maybe 6 inches if you are playing hockey. Check the ice depth with a drill in numerous spots because thickness can vary.
4 or more inches of ice for you to ice skate on it.
it has to be 17 pies jump
You could always skate at the pond, or in really cold places like the ocean. Of course, you have to make sure that the ice is thick enough.
Unsupported ice should be at least 10 centimetres (4 inches); supported ice such as that in artificial rinks can be much less, as little as 1 centimetre (1/2 inch)
If the ice is a solid whitish color with no black spots you should be able to skate on the ice. Step on the ice with one foot to test it!
under the ice is concrete. nothing can go in or out. the temp keeps the water frozen to create a thick layer of ice to skate on
you can get an ice skate at a skate shop like skaters edge>
Absolutely yes but please make sure the ice is thick enough and keep your skates away from the tile & coping stones. To make sure the ice is thick enough look at the colour. if it is nearly snow white you can skate or another way is to stand at the side of the pool and put one foot on it. :-) Also, you can get something as heavy as you (or very similar) and slide it on the ice. If it breaks, not good to skate on.
You should get a size 8.