Dawn Butt hits the trails with some children on Bull Mountain Saturday.

Fun day a hit at Bull Mountain

Dozens of lakecity families descended upon Bull Mountain this Saturday

Dozens of lakecity families descended upon Bull Mountain this Saturday for the Williams Lake Cross Country Ski Club’s annual, free, family fun day.

Billed Wellness Day at Bull Mountain: Family Fun in the Snow, the WLCCSC partnered with the First Nations Health Authority and Caribou Ski Source for Sports to provide free use of ski and snowshoe equipment, instruction from experienced skiers, free trail fees, lunch and hot chocolate and coffee.

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The event was busy throughout the day with skiers old and new coming from throughout the Cariboo to try the trails out for themselves. Delight was had by all who strapped on pair of skis and glided across the groomed trails in the beautiful, winter weather.



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Johnathan Reitsma is new to town and tried cross country skiing for the first time ever at Bull Mountain’s Family Ski Day. (Photo by Patrick Davies)

Skiers sign in at the Williams Lake Cross Country Ski Club’s Wellness Day, billed Family Fun in the Snow, Saturday on the trials at Bull Mountain north of Williams Lake. The WLCCSC partnered with First Nations Health Authority and Caribou Ski Source for Sports to host the annual event.

Skiers sign in at Bull Mountain’s Family day free ski event. (Photo by Patrick Davies)

Johnathan Morgan and his son Riley slide off the trails at Bull Mountain.

Scott Gordon on Bull Mountain. (Photo by Patrick Davies)

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