Kicking Horse Mountain Resort will be taking advantage of the final weekends of the ski season with the Sun Splash event.

Big snow brings spring ski fun to Golden’s Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort has some big events planned for the final weekends of the season.

  • Mar. 16, 2012 5:00 a.m.

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

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With continued snowfall from numerous storm systems rolling in, the effect of the Epic La Nina Winter, gives Kicking Horse Mountain Resort the best skiing and riding conditions in the Banff/Golden region (Trans Canada/Highway 1 corridor).  “The recipe of real dry deep, natural snow, sun and music make Kicking Horse Mountain Resort the choice for spring skiing fun and sun destination,” says Matt Mosteller.

Don’t Miss Series of Spring Events:

The Helly Hansen Big Mountain Battle – March 24th/25th

Ski/Ride & hike around Kicking Horse the same way the mountain safety team does and find various checkpoints – tons of swag by Helly Hansen and live bands at the end of each day!

Sun Splash Fun Festival Weekend 1 – March 31st/April 1st

Spring time celebrations on the mountain with unique snow events and live bands!

Sun Splash Fun Festival – End of Season Celebrations – April 6th – 8th

End your season in style, the weekend combines some classic ski hill events such as the Dummy Downhill and Slush Cup plus of course, live music!

And don’t forget about the community free ski day, on Sunday March 25.

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