Golden, BC – The 7th annual Dogtooth Dash will return to Kicking Horse Mountain Resort this season on January 24th. In partnership with the Alpine Club of Canada, we will be hosting the 2015 BUFF® Canadian National Ski- Mo Championships presented by LIVE OUT THERE. Nestled between five National Parks, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort has been hosting Ski-Mo races for almost a decade, contributing to the booming interest towards this discipline across North America.
From the racer’s mouths, The Dogtooth Dash is the most exciting, scenic and challenging event in the Ski Mo calendar, home of the national championships for the last past years and the only built-in course taking place inside a controlled ski area. Moving with the momentum of last year, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort is very proud to team-up with BUFF® Canada, a worldwide recognized brand of outdoor enthusiasts & Official Supplier of the Canadian National XC Ski Team supporting several athletes through personal sponsorships. “We are very glad to be part of the Dogtooth Dash. For us, Ski-Mo and BUFF® are a perfect combination. This is the best event for testing the products and having a lot of fun at the same time,” said Peter Collins, President of BUFF® Canada.
Moving with the momentum of last year’s unique event gather the best Canadian and U.S athletes, the 2015 race will embody similar course elements with the addition of further components and media coverage. The event will be sanctioned by the Alpine Club of Canada and the US Ski Mountaineering Association and will follow the IFSM ski tourism race, rules and regulations. For more information visit the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort online Events Page.
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