Feb
6
Sat
CSP – Guinness World Record attempt “Most People Making Snow Angels”
Feb 6 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am

We need your help! The Canadian Ski Patrol are celebrating 75 years with a Guinness World Record attempt.

On Saturday, Feb. 6th, Manning is participating in this momentous undertaking to commemorate Canadian Ski Patrol day, by attempting a Guinness World Record for Most People Making Snow Angels.

Ski areas across all of Canada are joining together to make the most snow angels simultaneously for 30 seconds. You and your family are needed to make this World Record!

At Manning Park, the meeting point is at 9:30am by the Twin Tow building, or at the Resort behind the Nordic Centre. Snow angels commence at 10am!

In case you are unsure of the particulars of making your snow angel, Guinness has detailed instructions to follow:

  • “Fall gently into the snow onto your back.
  • Keep your entire body flat in the snow.
  • Brush your arms between your head and waist in a sweeping motion.
  • Move your legs apart as far as they will go and then together.
  • Repeat these motions (it’s like doing a jumping jack while lying on your back) until you have made indentations in the snow.
  • Have someone stand at your feet and pull on your arms to help you up.
  • Get up without stepping on your snow angel or making a hand print in the middle of it.”snow angel

Please be aware, that this event will be recorded with photos and video and that by participating, you consent to your photo and/or video being used for evidence, and also for promotional or other publication purposes by Manning Park Resort.

Feb
7
Sun
Superbowl Sunday at the Bear’s Den Pub
Feb 7 all-day

Come down to the Bear’s Den Pub for drink specials, live music and football!

 

Feb
8
Mon
Family Day! 50% off Lift & Trail tickets
Feb 8 all-day

Family Day: 50 per cent off Lift and Trail tickets

 

Bring your family up to Manning Park Resort to celebrate Family Day with us! Manning Park is offering 50% off both lift passes at the Alpine ski area, and trail tickets at the Nordic Centre. Lots of family fun and free activities to take part in all weekend long, including:

Chairlift Lottery

Snow graffiti

Snow bocce

Face painting

& Nordic “Word of the Trail”

Keep an eye out for Sparkles the Ski Clown!

Hope Mountain Centre is also hosting a Family Fun Day in the Snow at Strawberry Flats that includes snowshoeing, snow fort building, a winter scavenger hunt, and more. Registration for these great activities are through the Hope Mountain Centre website: http://hopemountain.org/programs/family-day-in-manning-park-feb-8-2016/

Sparkles

Sparkles the Ski Clown!

Feb
9
Tue
2 for 1 Tuesdays!
Feb 9 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Feb
13
Sat
Cascade Cup Loppet
Feb 13 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm

Cascade Cup2016Question: What’s a “Loppet?”

  • A: A rare type of edible mushroom that grows only in Manning Park.
  • A large, long distance (35 + km) cross country skiing event.
  • “A relaxing way to spend a day outside, taking in the pristine beauty of the countryside or wilderness.”

 

Answer: B and C!

 

Sign up for the Manning Park’s Cascade Cup Loppet, a classic cross country ski event taking place 10 am – 1:30 pm at Lightning Lake in Manning Park Resort. Afterward, lunch and the awards ceremony begin at 2 pm.

 

Park at the Lightning Lake race site or at Manning Park Resort Lodge. From the Lodge, take the shuttle bus up to the lake 8:30 and 9:30 am.

 

Choose the 2, 4, 15 or 30 km race. Race fees include daily trail pass and post race lunch.

 

Plan to stay the night at the Lodge, and take part in the Lantern Lit Ski event in the evening.

 

Registration: www.zone4.ca

 

More info:

Email: nordic@manningpark.com

Lantern Lit Ski
Feb 13 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Join us for a magical evening with the Valentine’s Day Lantern Lit Ski. We’re lighting an easy trail with lanterns for a night ski from 7:30 – 9:30 pm. The event starts at the Nordic Centre at Manning Park Resort. All levels of cross country skiers can participate in this beautiful event.

 

The Lantern Lit Ski is free with a valid trail pass. Evening trail tickets and rentals (including headlamp rentals) are available at the Nordic Centre, open until 9:30 pm. Stop by for a free hot chocolate after the trail.

 

More info:

Email: nordic@manningpark.com

Feb
14
Sun
Valentine’s Day Brunch
Feb 14 all-day

Treat yourself and your loved one to Chef Shane’s scrumptious breakfast brunch in the Pinewoods Dining Room. It’s sure to make you fall in love!IMG_4276

Feb
16
Tue
2 for 1 Tuesdays!
Feb 16 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Feb
19
Fri
Guided Snowshoe Tour
Feb 19 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Enjoy a winter tradition in Manning Park’s true Alpine wilderness. Experience snowshoeing after dark with our Moonlight Guided Snowshoe Tour!

Join our experienced guides for a 2 hour snowshoe adventure under the stars.

Trek through powder christened pines across snow crested fields. Return to the Nordic Centre later for a hot drink.

Cost: $30 per person, includes snowshoe rentals. $20 per person, if you bring your own snowshoes. Sign up in advance at the Nordic Centre.

If can’t make it today, you can also sign up for the Moonlight Ski Down Feb. 20 or book a private evening snowshoe tour with the Nordic Centre.

 

 

Feb
20
Sat
Moonlight Ski Down
Feb 20 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Enjoy a tradition in Manning Park’s true Alpine wilderness. Experience Nordic skiing in the magic of winter after dark with Manning Park Resort’s Moonlight Ski Down.

 

Take the shuttle bus to Strawberry Flats. Cross country ski back down along South Gibson trail to the Lodge by the light of the full moon. Star watch by Lightning Lake.

 

Sign up in advance at the Nordic Centre to reserve your spot.

 

Cost: $15 per person, includes classic cross country ski rentals, an evening trail pass,

shuttle ride, and safety patrol. Prices adjusted accordingly if you bring your own skis.

 

More info:

Email: nordic@manningpark.com

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