4th Annual Quarter Pipe Jam- Sat Feb. 6th
1860 Railroad Street Easton, WA 98925
This is OUR annual event! Live music, beer, and snowboarding! No cover charge! Totally free event! We build a course in the beer garden of the Easton Saloon every winter. Backyard session style. Everyone is welcome to ride! Youth is welcome until 9pm. You DON’T want to miss this party!
“Vertfest is a multi-stop mountain festival dedicated to raising the level of snow safety education and stoke for backcountry enthusiasts, and supporting the efforts of avalanches centers everywhere. In 2015, the Subaru Vertfest Tour presented by Outdoor Research is kicking off at Alpental, WA, on February 15-16. Each stop of the tour features on-snow clinics taught by industry pros for enthusiasts of all ability levels in the ski/ride community, with topics from Introduction to Splitboarding, to Backcountry Beacon Safety, to Steep Skiing, to Mountain Photography and more. Be sure to pack your skin suit—or bear costume—for the race UP and down the mountain, and stake your claim to the cash purse. Then stick around with your friends and family for the post-race après extravaganza, featuring live music and adult beverages
Chair 2 Team Ride Day- Monday Feb 22nd
Secret Shred Zone
Chair 2 Team riders and friends will be out getting pow and stacking footy!
Beacon Practice Day and BBQ- Sun Feb 28th
Alpental B.A.R.K. Beacon Park
Across the street from the main Alpental Parking Lot
More Info Here
We all buy the gear, and wear it. But how efficient are we at using it? How about in an emergency situation? We’d all hate to be in a rescue situation and THEN think, “Okay, so how do I do this?”. Practice Practice PRACTICE!!! Join is in this fun group beacon practice day! We’ll supply the BBQ and some food but we encourage folks to bring dogs/etc!
CHAIR 2’S 5TH BIRTHDAY!!!-THE ENTIRE MONTH OF MARCH
“Started as a gathering of the tribe in 2010, The Mount Baker Splitboard Festival has become one of the largest snowboarding events in the Pacific Northwest. Many people think of this as the highlight of their snow season and come back every year to touch base with their backcountry brothers and sisters. Our goals have always been to meet other people to tour with, try out new gear and raise money to support the Northwest Avalanche Center. Over the last five years we have raised over $15,000 for the NWAC.”