Catching big air at the Slush Cup

The skiing season may be ending but it is set to go out with a splash at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.

The final weekend of the Sun Splash Funk Festival at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort is coming up this Easter Weekend.

It may be nearing the end of the season, but the mountain received 74 centimetres of fresh snow last week, and conditions are looking great for the upcoming festival.

The fourth annual Sun Splash Funk Fest will be celebrating the end of the season with some classic ski hill events like the Dummy Downhill on Saturday April 7, and the Slush Cup on Sunday April 8, with some unique Kicking Horse Twists.

There will also be live funk music on the patios around the plaza.

Also coming up at the resort is the final installment of the winter dinner series with Fish Moon.

This special Eagle’s Eye dining event will compliment seafood delights with wine pairings by Moon Curser Vineyards.


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