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The Mini Games Are Back!

The Mini Games Are Back!

The best part of school holidays for kids up the mountain is back – the Pump Mini Games at Cardrona Alpine Resort will once again see the smallest members of the family star on the snow.

Taking place on the 15 and 22 July at 1.30pm, the Pump Mini Games feature the Mini Air, the Mini Speed and the Mini Skiercross. Kids of all ages, from 4-12, have lots of fun and it’s the perfect opportunity to show off those skills to mum and dad!

Everyone gets spot prizes and a certificate recording their results plus winners get some great giveaways from Good Sports.

Registrations are taken on the day at Ski Korral by 1pm and the entry fee is $10 for a supervised afternoon of fun.


8 July 2005

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