Jan 27, 2018

Canadian Ski Patrol Snow Angels Day: February 3, 2018

Canadian Ski Patrol – Brimacombe helping to break Guiness World Record for most people making snow angels.

Date: February 3, 2018

Time: 1:00 p.m. (we start organizing participants at 12:30 p.m.)

Location: Kids' Stuff Run at Brimacombe

Who Can Participate: EVERYONE – spread the word!

Canadian Ski Patrol – Brimacombe will again be taking part in an attempt to break the Guiness World Record for making the most snow angels at the same time in multiple locations. The current records is 15,851. Over 50 ski hills and resorts across Canada will be participating in the event. 

The effort is being held as part of Canadian Ski Patrol Day, a day that honours the life-saving work undertaken by the 4,500 volunteer ski patrollers providing advanced first aid and rescue services to more than 220 ski hills and resorts across Canada..

Brimacombe will be attempting to break the Guinness World Record on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 at 1:00 p.m.  We will be opening the Snow Angels area starting at 12:30 to allow for time to have all of our Angel Makers to get into position!

Spread the word to your family and friends to come out and be a part of this record-breaking attempt at Brimacombe! 

About the Canadian Ski Patrol

The Canadian Ski Patrol was formed in 1941 with a mission to organize and train a first aid and rescue group to patrol the ski hills. Since then, this nationally registered non-profit charitable organization has continued to grow along with the Canadian snow-sliding industry.

Today, 4,500 volunteers offer services to more than 220 ski areas from coast to coast, including alpine and Nordic. The expertly trained members also provide advanced first aid and medical support to a long list of sporting and special events across the country throughout the year.

Canadian Ski Patrol - key facts and numbers:

  • 100,000 volunteer ski patrollers since 1941.
  • 4,500 active ski patrollers in 2016.
  • More than 220 ski resort, hills and Nordic areas serviced by the Canadian Ski Patrol.
  • An estimated five million Canadians are skiers or snowboarders.
  • On average, a ski patroller serves for 7 years.
  • The Brimacombe oldest ski patroller is 70.
  • The longest-serving ski patroller has been serving for 37 years.

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