BARTLETT, New Hampshire ??вЂќ On a picture perfect Saturday, March 19 at Attitash, 78 skiers, riders and telemarkers battled for bump bashing supremacy on the Grandstand Trail in the 12th Annual Grandstand Mogul Jam.
The event also featured a “King of the Mountain” division in which competitors took one run each on downhill skis, telemark skis and a snowboard.
Winners by age division:
Under 7 – Pete Durkin of Narragansett, RI
8-11 – Mansfield Middleton of Greenland, NH
12-17 – Chris Charles of Intervale, NH
18-30 – Alex Else of Conway, NH
18-30 Female – Amy Olsen of Natick, MA
31-40 – Dan DiPiro of Easton, NH
41+ – Rick Chaffee of Barrington, RI
Snowboard – Ryan Flynn of Reading, MA
Telemark – John Dube of Wolfeboro, NH
King of the Mountain – Seth Allen of Bartlett, NH
Events within Budweiser Spring Mania continue on the weekend of March 26 with the Attitash Open Snow Golf Tournament. Costume clad foursomes play a scramble format complete with tee boxes, bunkers and greens down the Whitehorse Trail. Registration is $20 per team and occurs in the Attitash Base Lodge from 8:00 am to 9:00 a.m.
Following the tournament is an installment of the Bud Light Concert Series as the Boston Horns take to the Attitash Snow Stage from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Information on events is available at www.attitash.com.
The final Atomic Freeride Series event is a Superpipe Jam happening on Sunday, March 27. There is a $10 entry fee and helmets are required to participate.
Attitash is 100% open and has elected to keep the Bear Peak side of the resort open through April 3. It was originally slated to close on March 27, but superb skiing and riding conditions warranted an extension.