LINDA SJOBERG PHOTO Jason Abernethy wearing a medal he won in Mt. Cain’s Blueberry Jam Boardercross compitition.

Snowboarders spread talent at Mt. Cain’s Blueberry Jam competition

The Blueberry Jam was the mountains March 3rd Boardercross race

The annual Blueberry Jam Snowboard Festival took over Mt. Cain on March 3, where snowboarders enjoyed sunshine and powder as they vied for glory.

Check out some photos of the great boarding below!

Those who can’t get enought Mt Cain action can check out Kidsfest March 17! Where there will be a dual race on the face, obstacle course, snow sculptures, temporary tattoos, colouring, helmet decorating, and goodie bags for ages 15 and under with a $5.00 entry fee.


LINDA SJOBERG PHOTO Snowboarders get ready to shred at the Blueberry Jam Boardercross compitition at Mt. Cain on March 3rd.

LINDA SJOBERG PHOTO Snowboarders race down around the bend at Mt. Cain’s Blueberry Jam Boardercorss compitition.

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