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Harper Mountain

Harper Mountain is the name of a ski area located outside of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada (the name of the actual mountain it is located on is Mount Harper[1]).

The mountain has a vertical drop of 427 m (1,400 ft), a base elevation of 1,100 m (3,600 ft) and a top elevation of 1,524 m (5,000 ft). It offers 400 acres (1.2 kmĀ²) of skiable area on 15 different trails. In terms of lifts, it has one chair lift, one T-bar, and one rope tow. The mountain also has a terrain park, a snow tube park, cross country skiing, and a skating pond.

Although Harper Mountain does not offer the amenities of larger resorts such as hotels, restaurants, and specialty stores, it does have a log-construction ski lodge, an equipment rental shop, and offers ski and snowboard lessons.

Trails

Green Blue Black Double Black
Bunny Hill Big Bend Maxi Pipe Cliffhanger
Trail To Lodge Monashee Pioneer
Midway Lift Line
Little Bend Bush Wacker
Chair Run Halfpipe (Halfpipe)
Spillway


See also

References

  1. ^

External links

  • Harper Mountain
  • Snow Canada
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