Rail Jam Pix

No doubt, most riders know that a rail jam is not something that can be done on two hours notice. Working in the existing terrain park, Rob and his crew of staff and volunteers started preparing for the rail jam first thing in the morning. Under Rob’s direction from the passenger seat, one of our groomers worked his magic around 9AM preparing the surface in the terrain park & creating the piles of snow needed for the features Rob had planned.
The efforts throughout the day continued as a number of people could be seen moving existing features and installing new ones’.

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Mother nature helping the crew prepare for the evening’s rail jam event

With a fresh contribution of snow, the rail jam took place from 6pm-8pm with rep’s from FatTrax, among other spectators, on hand for the event.

1-18 rail jam event

1-18 rail jam event

Heading back up for another run

Heading back up for another run

Final approach

Final approach

1-18 rail jam spectators

1-18 rail jam spectators

Thank you to all those who came out and participated in the rail jam. Thanks to the folks from FatTrax for their continued support & contributions. Special thanks to our terrain park supervisor, Rob; and all those who helped set-up for the event throughout the day.