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Winter / Spring 2004/05 Issue
It’s been a bear of a project, but Bear Lodge is almost complete. And it’s already half sold, says Rick Gibson of Royal LePage.
Taking care of operations at Mount Washington Alpine Resort has just become a three-person job.
Mount Washington boasts of a strong, family-oriented Nordic skiing club that is also known for its racing programs.
Nordic skiing is about to take the spotlight at Mount Washington Alpine Resort, putting the Resort in a unique position as compared to other Ski Resorts in British Columbia.
This winter Mount Washington is hosting special events all winter long; from the romantic to the rediculous, from competitive to just plain fun! Check out the events below and join in the fun!
Winter is shaping up to be the most exciting Mount Washington Alpine Resort has ever had, says a Mount Washington representative.
So, you have decided to spend your vacation on Mount Washington, and you don’t know where to stay.
Sarah Green, a 17-year-old Victoria biathlete whose home ski terrain is Mount Washington Alpine Resort, was recently awarded a $500 grant to help to offset her competition expenses this winter.
Mount Washington Alpine Resort will host a Biathlon North American Cup race Feb. 25-27, 2005. It’s the highest level biathlon competition ever to be hosted in B.C., says event organizer and Courtenay Biathlon Club member Joe Bajan.