Spring skiing and riding…is there anything more fun? Yes, yes there is – it’s our 2018 Slush Cup!
Join us as competitors, attired in their most ridiculous costume, attempt to cross a pool of slush on their skis or board. We have great prizes for participants from our sponsors, but the cheering crowd is the best prize of all! For onlookers in the “splash zone”, bring your positive vibes and lively support to encourage the best performances from all participants.
Event Day Schedule:
Guests are reminded that this event is $10 with the purchase of a Grouse Mountain ski/ride ticket or membership. The cost of your admission is not included with registration on Eventbrite. All participants will receive a $5 food voucher for use on event day. Tickets will be available for purchase in the Base Plaza the morning of the event. If you cannot make it, please cancel your tickets on Eventbrite so that other guests may join us.
Registration is $10, but the cost of your admission is not included – lift tickets and passes are available for purchase at Guest Services at the base of Grouse Mountain.
Registration is $15 on event day, but the cost of your admission is not included – lift tickets and passes are available for purchase at Guest Services at the base of Grouse Mountain.
Participants must be at least 12 years of age on event day (April 1st, 2018). Participants under the age of 19 must have a parent/legal guardian sign the event waiver on their behalf.
Helmets are required to participate in the event, and are available for rental at Guest Services.
No ski poles allowed in the pond.
What to bring:
Don’t forget to wear the most outrageous costume you can find!
Participants are strongly encouraged to bring an extra set of warm, dry clothes to change in to after the competition!
Secure bag check is available at the Alpine Guest Services desk in the Chalet, and is complimentary when you show your event bib.
The Slush Cup is located on Peak Flats/the bottom of the Peak. Please see #5 on our trail map here. If you are are not on skis or a snowboard, spectators can access the Slush Cup by hopping on the Sleigh Ride (departs from the Skate Pond) or by walking along the Snowshoe Grind trail – just follow the signs! Please ensure you are wearing snow appropriate footwear.