The history of sleighs dates back to ancient times and is primarily associated with transportation in areas with a winter climate, where sleighs were used for traveling across snowy terrain. Originally, sleighs were simple vehicles made of wood or animal bones, resembling today’s sleighs but without comfortable seats or decorations. They were utilized by various cultures, including those in northern Europe and Asia, for transporting goods and as a means of travel in challenging winter landscapes. Over time, sleighs evolved into more refined and comfortable vehicles. In Scandinavian, Russian, and other cold-climate cultures, sleighs became popular modes of transportation for people, carrying them from place to place in winter conditions.