Have you ridden everything Kicking Horse has to offer?
A first of its kind challenge, try to ski/ride every face of Kicking Horse Mountain Resort. Simply complete the challenge between March 1 to March 7 and you’ll be entered for the prize draw!
Join the Wall to Wall Strava event page and then you just need to record yourself using Strava, hitting every face at least once. (Strava is a free app available on most smart phones)
Prizes: Helly Hansen Case and Eagles Eye Lunch
Partially complete- Smith & Helly Hansen Prize Bags
Wall Challenge List:
- T1 South
- T1 North
- CPR Ridge into Bowl Over
- CPR into Crystal Bowl
- Redemption Ridge into Crystal Bowl
- Redemption into Fuez Bowl
- Middle Ridge into Ruddi’s
Strava link: https://www.strava.com/clubs/865225
Winners will be contacted.
We like white on green here at Resorts of the Canadian Rockies; lots and lots of snow on our mountains and all over the trees on those mountains too. Because if you’ve never come rocketing through the glades, ripping up and down the natural moguls with powder hitting you in your grinning face until you blast back onto the trail, you really haven’t lived. And we kind of want to keep that around for a while, for future skiers and riders, for our kids, and for our kids’ kids too.
That’s why we decided to take a stand and be the first ski resort company to refuse printing a brochure this year, to do what we can to lessen our environmental footprint. On top of that, we’ll plant a whole tree for every email sign-up to our online newsletter. We hope this helps reiterate to consumers everywhere, that taking paper maybe isn’t the answer any more, especially if you can find that information online anyways.
So, help do your part and keep the Trees for Glades! Sign your email up on our Trees for Glades website and read our full story (plus enter our contest for the chance to win a spring event ski trip for you and 3 friends)!
Success So Far:
- 75,000 pieces of paper saved by this initiative alone
- So far: 3000+ trees planted – thanks to you!
Photo courtesy of Trees for the Future Facebook.