Friday, March 25, 2016

Shames Mountain season quickly coming to a close

The days for a run down the hills at Shames are quickly coming to an end for the 2016 ski season, with the mountain set to close operations for the year on the weekend of April 2 and 3.

This weekend marks the 25th Anniversary for the mountain with the first of the event today wit lift tickets at only 25 dollars and the chance to enter the famous Cardboard Box Derby.

The Easter weekend celebration on the mountain continues on Saturday, with the 6th Annual edition of Shredfest set for tomorrow an event that features a Poker Run, Easter Egg Hunt and Barbecue to name just a few of the plans for the day.

The final weekend of operations will see the Slush Cup and Loaded Throwdown as the last of the events for Northwest ski fans. The Freestyle contest takes place on April 2nd, with a number of divisions for participants to take to the hills in, with a range of prizes available for all.

You can find out about what's planned for the event from Loaded Sports on Third Avenue West in Prince Rupert.

For the latest updates on happening on the mountain just west of Terrace see the Shames Mountain website or Facebook page

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