Snow Castles and Fun Await You at White Pass This Weekend
The Annual White Pass Winter Carnival is set for Saturday and Sunday March 4 and 5 complete with a torchlight parade and fireworks all at the White Pass Ski Area. Spokesperson Kathleen Goyette says it's a great time to have family fun in the mountains. Check the video below.
THE ONLY SNOW CASTLE IN THE WORLD IS AT WHITE PASS THIS WEEKEND
The highlight of the weekend is the giant snow castle. More than 2 and a half stories tall with 6 to 7 thousand square feet of tunnels and slides for the kids to ride tubes off the castle which is free. There's cool snow sculptures. The castle is open to the public from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm Saturday and 10:00 am until 3:00 pm Sunday. There's also fun in the lodge with Merritt and Rob spinning tunes for a family-friendly dance party!
ALONG WITH THE SNOW CASTLE THERE'S A PARADE AND FIREWORKS
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available in the lodge.
A torchlight parade kicks off at 7:00 p.m. followed by a huge fireworks show over the snow at 7:15 p.m.
Night skiing is available from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Saturday
The White Pass tubing area will be open as well.
The fun continues on Sunday with kids obstacle course races and fun on the castle.
The White Pass Winter Carnival kicks off on Saturday morning.
PRO-TIPS FROM THE PROS FOR YOUR WEEKEND
Some tips from the skiwhitepass.com website;
PARKING - Parking gets tight, especially on Saturday between 9:45 am and 1:30 pm. Please plan accordingly.
CROWDS - If you are looking for smaller crowds, plan to attend on Sunday. NIGHT SKIING - SATURDAY ONLY - Tickets are available at the ticket booth beginning at 2 pm. Tickets provide access to the carpets and our Far East Chairlift.
FOOD - We will be offering our regular menu at the Cafe, Bistro and Espresso. High Camp will be open as well.
PRO TIP - SNACKS - Get some snacks in your pockets. Kids play hard and wear out more quickly when they play outdoors in the snow.
Check out the video from White Pass;
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