Black Jack Ski Club gearing up in Rossland

Black Jack Ski Club is gearing up for their season with early-bird season passes already on sale on their website.

Black Jack Ski Club is gearing up for their season with early-bird season passes already on sale on their website.

There are a number of early-bird prizes, including a Red Mountain Resort season pass, nights at the Fairmont and Prestige Hotels and chocolate, up for grabs.

The ski club features a 2.5 km lit loop for skiing later in the evening and last year there were 617 members ranging from ages 1 to 80, from Rossland, Trail, Warfield, Castlegar and elsewhere.

The Black Jack Ski Swap is also approaching, and will be at the Prestige in Rossland on Saturday, Nov. 3. Equipment drop-off is from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Selling starts at 11 a.m.

Sign up for all of our programs, buy your season pass, get your skis waxed by the Junior Racers and put your name in the draw for door prizes: Mountain Nugget Chocolate, Red Mountain Day Pass, the famous Black Jack coffee mug, and more!

For more info go to www.skiblackjack.ca.

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