Kicking Horse Mountain Resort Adds Bonus Weekend to extend the Epic Season of Snow

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort Adds Bonus Weekend to extend the Epic Season of Snow

  • Mar. 19, 2012 12:00 p.m.

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort


Kicking Horse Mountain Resort has a challenge for you. Too much snow, in fact, over 30 feet. So the solution is to share it.

Kicking Horse has added a Bonus Weekend for skiers and riders to enjoy 80 in-bound chutes, one of North America’s top vertical and 4 Alpine Bowls.

Join in on the fun and plan to ski the bonus weekend from April 13 – 15. Special bonus weekend vacation packages are available now.

“We are proud to provide this longer skiing and riding season for our loyal guests, passholders and community,” says Steve Paccagnan, President, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.

“La Nina has delivered and Kicking Horse Mountain Resort has extended the season, now all you need to do is make plans to be part of the Spring Skiing Fun,” said Matt Mosteller, VP of Sales & Marketing at Resorts of the Canadian Rockies.


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