StartFragmentThe end of the season is near and that means it’s time forLast Park Standing at Echo Mountain! On April 24th, over $5,000 incash and prizing will be up for grabs on one of the most unique course buildsto date. From jumps to jibs and even a mystery feature, the new setup willcompletely transform the Backside and Pops park-run. The setup will be open forpractice in the days leading up to the contest, so come up and get your runsdialed!EndFragmentStartFragmentLast Park Standing is a slopestyle contests with bothamateur, pro, grom and women’s divisions for both skiing and snowboarding.Registration is only $10-15 online, so save yourself a few bucks andpre-register today at http://www.echomt.com.StartFragmentOn sale now is the2010/2011 Unlimited Season Pass for only $149 as well as a Dual Pass, a seasonpass good for the rest of this season and all of 2010/2011, for $199. TheseSeason Pass prices are only good until the end of the season, May 2nd,so don’t miss out. Purchase online now at http://www.echomt.com. Keep up onall things Echo Mountain by following us on Twitter or Facebook and catchupdates on our blog.-Echo Staff EndFragmentEndFragment
Gapers are the worst! learn to ski on the freaking bunny trail not the terrain park. Parents are stupid to bring their kids to the park, the chances of little kids skiing in the park and getting wrecked by skiers or boarders who couldn't see them, are very high. Then on top of everything, it's apparently the park skier or snowboarders "fault" that these little kids get hurt because their parents love to let them ski on the back sides of jumps and in the landings of rails and jumps. Ban Gapers somehow!
Last weekend, we headed up to Huntsville, Ontario to have a chance to cruise through their newly built terrain park. Upon arrival, it was obvious that the park crew had put in countless hours of work to prepare for the upcoming Timber Tour slopestyle event... #muskoka #muskokaskiclub #ontario