Friday, January 21, 2011

Even MORE snow...

EVEN MORE FRESH POWDER SNOW has fallen to the slopes of Brimacombe! We awoke to approximately 2-3 inches of new snow this morning and as I write, more white gold is making it's way to our trails. if you haven't made it to the Brim yet this year, there is no better time!

Photo taken this morning, Jan 21, 2011


The Ontario Snow Resort Association and Canadian Ski Council are pleased to present the English language version of . This site was originally launched by the ASSQ last season. Our associations would like also like to thank Claude Peloquin, President of the Quebec association, for allowing us to use this piece.

This website contains comprehensive information on helmet usage and general helmet information.


Attention Riders!

Saturday Night Rail Jam Series,
Jan 22, Feb 12, Mar 12 2011

Brimacombe is proud to present the 2011 Saturday Night Rail Jam Series, brought to you by our very own Brimacombe Proshop and Rentals, Elan, Scotties, Coal, Sessions, Oakley and Clarke Sommerville Sports


Save up to $25 when you register in advance!
$20 per event in advance
$50 for all three in advance
$25 per event when you register day-of


 Registration and Sign-in starts at 4:00 day of the comp
 Registration and Sign-in ends at 5:30 day of the comp
 Mandatory Riders Meeting @ 5:45 in the fenced in area at the rail setup
 Comp starts at 6:00
 1 hour jam session
 Finals will begin at 7:30
 Big prizes and awards will be tossed out following the rail comp


 One hour Jam Session (controlled drop-ins)
 Riders will be scored on the tricks they can throw down, biggest tricks stomped puts you in the finals
 Skier 11-15 years old and Skier 16 and over categories and snowboard 11-15 years and 16 and over categories
 Awards for top three finishers and best trick in each division
 Comp will be fenced off while park stays open through the night
 Park passes are required

Riders must be 11 years of age or older


Looks like a chilly weekend ahead, but that's no reason to stay inside! Dress appropriately! Be sure to dress in layers that can be easily removed if you get too warm, cover all exposed skin and bring a pair of quality ski socks to change into once you arrive at the hill. Winter is a short season, MAKE THE BEST OF IT AT THE BRIM!

See you on the slopes,