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Winter / Spring 2013/14 Issue
Mount Washington Alpine Resort’s reputation as a destination ski resort continues to solidify, thanks to the efforts of Tourism Mount Washington. As membership remains on par with 2012-13, destination marketing activities continue, Manager Sarah Nicholson said.
Summer grounds crews at Mount Washington Alpine Resort have uncovered more possible evidence that a family of sasquatch has been expanding on the grounds at the Resort for generations.
Finding a short definition of her job title as Accommodation Manager at Slopeside Accommodations at Bear and Deer Lodge draws Cathy Saflin up short.
Last Spring, the Podium of Life Snow Sports Academy did something different: instructors Shane and Corey Harle took their students to Whistler Mountain for the Spring.
Calamity has hit a Rhodesian cryptozoologist who reported a sasquatch sighting at Mount Washington Alpine Resort a year ago.
Did you know that Mount Washington Alpine Resort spends approximately $200,000 per year on new gear in its rental pool?
With contributions exceeding $40,000 over 10 years, more than 1,000 Comox Valley students in Grades 4 – 6 have been offered ski lessons thanks to Rick Morson and the CIBC?Wood Gundy Miracle Day Fund.
Canada’s endangered marmot is continuing to make progress on its road to recovery. The birth of 75-80 pups in the wild this spring shows our tenacious little marmot has the potential for a full recovery.
Your seasonal wrap up of latest mountain news.