Beartooth Summer Session 3: Dates Announced

ON3P has set the date for this year's Summer Session at Beartooth Basin Ski area on June 5th, 2013 - June 9th, 2013.
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Don't despair, your ski days are not as limited as you may think. ON3P is back with the Beartooth Summer Session for the third year in a row.

The Beartooth Summer Session is a multi-day, summer freeskiing event and big-mountain/slopestyle competition. Set to occur Wednesday, June 5th, 2013 to Sunday, June 9th, 2013, the event will take place at Beartooth Basin Ski Area (formerly Red Lodge International Summer Ski Camp). Located on the Montana/Wyoming border, Beartooth Basin Ski Area features two high-speed poma lifts, steeps, chutes, cornices, and a terrain park, offering a summer skiing experience unlike any other in North America.

The big-mountain/slopestyle competition will take place Saturday, June 8th, 2013, and includes both amateur and pro divisions skiing top-to-bottom laps on a course featuring everything from cornice drops to park jumps and rails.

ON3P will have skis available for a free demo that is open to the public. Lift tickets will be available for only $40 to session attendees.

For more information, including lodging options, competition registration, and the lineup of riders, visit beartoothsummersession.com.

Check out a gallery from last year's event. And read our coverage of the competition: Part One and Part Deux.

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