Go Play: Night skiing at Powderhorn Mountain Resort
WHAT: Powderhorn Night Skiing
WHEN: Friday and Saturday, Feb. 28 and March 1
WHERE: Powderhorn Mountain Resort
COST: $15 per ticket
Powderhorn Mountain Resort will kick off extended hours Friday and Saturday, Feb. 28 and March 1, with its first weekend of night skiing from 4-9 p.m. The cost for night skiing is only $15 a day.
“This is a new thing, something we haven’t done before,” Powder Mountain Resort marketing manager Dave Smith said, as a way to “celebrate spring.”
According to Smith, the lower mountain will be open under portable lights for skiers and snowboarders.
“We will have the Take-Four lift open to Midway with Lower Peacemaker run along with the Easy-Ride lift and Bottom’s Up run under the lights,” Powderhorn’s website said.
Then, starting Friday, March 7, Powderhorn will host “$15 Fridays” night skiing events through the rest of the season from 3-6 p.m.
It’s also $15 for rental equipment, and $15 for a one-hour group lesson, Smith noted. For $15 Fridays, night-ski tickets can be purchased starting at 2 p.m.
“All day ticket purchasers, season pass holders and P-Card user tickets will be valid until 6 p.m.,” the website said. “For those coming up to use their P-Card for $15 Fridays, there will not be a discounted rate linked to your card. Please purchase your ticket at the Ticket Office.”
On March 1-2, Powderhorn will also host the Mardi Gras weekend and crawfish boil, along with the fifth annual Taber Auto Body/Wagner Rents Dummy Jump on March 1.
Smith said the dummy jump will be held under the portable lights as well.
Participants will launch items off a ramp “at the base of the mountain, where a crowd awaits and watches as the parade of floats take flight one by one,” the website said.
This event is sure to be destructive and fun, Smith added.
For more information about Powderhorn Mountain Resort, visit http://www.powderhorn.com.
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