Celebrating 50 Years of Skiing with Fun Filled Ski Heritage Week of Events in Fernie

“Don’t miss out on the ski community celebration of the year”, says Fernie Alpine Resort's Matt Mosteller.

  • Jan. 20, 2012 1:00 p.m.

“Don’t miss out on the ski community celebration of the year”, says Fernie Alpine Resort’s Matt Mosteller, “this event pays tribute to the people of Fernie and to all who have been involved in skiing in the community of Fernie over the last 50 years.”

We have something for everyone, from classic ski movies night, ski industry forums to a community street party to share with all, this very special moment in time.  Plan to be here this week to share your passion for skiing and take party in the fun!

The Ski Heritage Week is from March 21st – 24th – for a full list of events visit the Ski Heritage Week Official Website below.

Ski Heritage Week Site – www.skifernie.com/50years

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