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Summer / Fall 2006 Issue
Wildwood at Strathcona is taking real estate in the Mount Washington area to a new level. This is the first project designed and built to truly take in the four seasons of the area.
Encompassing people, places and happenings at Mount Washington.
Beginning August 1, Air Canada Jazz will provide regional jet service between Comox and Calgary.
After a year of virtually no snow threatened water levels in the Valley in 2004-05, there is no such thing now: the Resort closed in mid-April with 15 feet of snow. And that snow at the top of the mountain translates into water at the bottom.
Mount Washington Food and Beverage Manager Tim Defert has had his learning year. Now he’s getting down to business.
A black diamond skier, Mark Proudfoot craves the steep and the deep. And up until this year, his hometown mountain couldn’t deliver. Then the Outback happened.
Paradise Meadows is getting a new trailhead, nearly 20 years after the idea was first mentioned.
Mount Washington Alpine Resort will host an International Paralympic Committee World Cup race next winter. The resort was awarded the event in early June, after months of negotiation.
“We’ll be hosting our most popular events again,” says Don Sharpe, Director of Business Services for Mount Washington. “We’ll also be tweaking and enhancing them this year.” he added.