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The Clearwater ski hill started as a tow rope operation in 1965. Over the years, it has grown  to a cozy family resort that includes a fast T-bar, runs for all abilities, and a spacious lodge. … read on.

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7 hours ago

Clearwater Ski Hill
WITH GRATITUDE!Thank you to Bruce Leyden of Leyco Transportation, and Wadlegger Logging and Wells Gray Community Forest for your generous and thoughtful donation! The ski hill is so fortunate to have community champions who know our needs and help us to beat down costs. Supporters like the above are why Clearwater is such a special place! Please join us in extending appreciation to these sponsors - their generosity makes a big impact! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

Clearwater Ski Hill
Huge thank you to Old Man Kidd and Jay Gavin for coming out on Saturday! Was so nice to see the ski hill full of good times. Stay tuned for our next upcoming show! 📸 Earth In Bloom Photography ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

Clearwater Ski Hill
Bens in the kitchen whipping up poutines and quesadillas! Common down. Music starts at 7:30 ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Clearwater Ski Hill
Ole Man Kidd Denver Venoit, known in these parts as Ole Man Kidd, lassos lonesome tunes from the heavens that’ll rattle your spurs and splash cold water on your face. Hailing from Shawnigan Lake, BC, Denver began touring across North America as a drummer, acquiring an unquenchable taste for travel along the way. He caught the blues the day his best friend died in his arms in a house fire in Montreal, and he has been wearing a cowboy hat and writing Folk, Country, Blues songs ever since. The howl of the bottleneck slide Denver coaxes from his steel guitar replicates a lovesick longing authenticated by his roving. He’s sung his songs to the wide open airs of the Yukon tundra, the Mojave desert, and the Saskatchewan plains, where he spent a season as a bison ranch hand. Ole Man Kidd’s music is steeped in a sepia hue and shows a dedication to reflecting the tearful truths of both personal and common history. ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Clearwater Ski Hill
JAY GAVIN From his early life as the son of a PEI fisherman, growing up surrounded by pickers & singers, to his years touring North America in punk & metal bands, Jay Gavin has come full circle and returned to his roots in country, folk & bluegrass. With a string of singles, two EPs and an album under his belt, Jay is well known for his natural authenticity, his often-humorous, twangy, foot-stompin’ songs and his rollicking, good timin’ live shows. Whether backed by a full band or stripped down with just his guitar, Jay's live show is more like a party. You'll laugh and sing and dance and go home feeling that you've made a new friend. Jay sings about motorcycles, drinking and other dangeous stuff! Jay’s latest EP “Therapy”, August 2022 and was recorded live off the floor with producer Jeff Zipp at Hipposonic. Three singles, ‘Harley Someday, ‘North of Tennessee’ and ‘Got Myself a Harley’(which includes a music video), were released in lead up to the drop of the EP. This bluegrassy collection of mostly auto-biographical material reminds fans that Jay is all about having a good time. With an itch in his boot, Jay’s happy to be on road again. Jay was on the road alot of 2022 all over Western Canada in barrooms, breweries and festival stages at Waynestock iAB and Moonshin' Music Fest BC. At the end of September Jay took his van south and played for the fine folks of MT, WY, TN and KY throughout the fall. The ten date November 2022, The Outlaw (Jay Gavin), The Kidd and the Clown tour through Alberta in the round with songwriting friends was a great way to get back home to BC. Before heading back to Nashville to finish his next album at the end of February, Jay is hoping to see all his fans and friends around BC playing as many solo dates as he can book. ... See MoreSee Less
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