Ski The Big One | Craigieburn Valley Ski Area - events

By: Craigieburn Valley Ski Area  06-Dec-2011

Craigieburn is once again hosting the first two days of the Chill K2 Big Mountain Competition. The largest event in the CHILL calendar, the competition attracts the best big mountain skiers and snowboarders from New Zealand and a strong field of international competitors vying for FWT qualifier points and their share of the $4000 cash prize pool.

This year’s event will be held Wednesday 24 August – Sunday 28 August (four days of competition and one weather day). Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th will be held at Craigieburn, and Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th at Mt Olympus.

Early registration payable to CHILL before 15 August ($100), late registration ($135). Note: Entry fee does not include access to mountain facilities and a valid lift ticket is required for each day of competition.

K2 Big Mountain Competition 2011

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Entry is free, we will provide some finger food and there will be a raffle or two to support the club so bring along your gold coins.


The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011


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