Marble Mountain Fat Bike Festival 2023
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Marble Mountain Fat Bike Festival

Marble Mountain Resort, Marble Drive, Steady Brook, NL, Canada
March 25 2023 - March 25 2023

Registration Options & Pricing

Adult Event $45.00
Kid's Event $0.00

Marble Mountain's first fat bike FESTIVAL A full schedule of events for Saturday the 25th of March, with amazing ski and stay perks to keep the whole family entertained.

Registration for the event is $45 per-person, and for this you will get:

- A Rough Waters Brewing pint, drawn from an exclusive beer cask brewed just for this event.

- 20% off a weekend pass at Marble and accommodations at Marble Villa when purchased together. You'll just need to ski or roll out the front door0

- A toque to commemorate the first ever Marble Mountain Fat Bike Festival.

Kids ride for free -- we are putting together a very special run for the youngsters!

Registration deadline is March 17. If you register after March 10 we can't guarantee a toque. Head to our Facebook events page where we'll be adding updates and registration is available here!/events/marble-mountain-fat-bike-festival

Marble Mountain Fat Bike Festival 2023 is a 2 km intermediate route located near Corner Brook Newfoundland. This winter fat bike only route can be used one direction and has a moderate overall physical rating. This route climbs 41 m with a max elevation of 54 m then descends -41 m.


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grandynl (Mar 6, 2023 at 10:54)
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