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Malcolm MacDonald

Downhill skiing was very successful, Slalom was widened and then two new hills were opened for the 1945-46 ski season, Morning After, and Malcolm MacDonald.

I can’t seem to pin point where Morning After was but we all know where MacDonald is and his story is quite suitable to share on Valentine’s Day.

Malcolm MacDonald (1901-1981) was a British politician and diplomat who worked closely with Mackenzie King. He was an avid downhill skier and ended up finding love on the slopes.

Here is his story:

Mountain Coaster

The Camp Fortune team celebrated the installation of the Mountain Pipe Coaster and tested this exciting new ride. We are now open to the public!

Anne Heggtveit

Anne Heggtveit, one of our most famous skiers and the namesake of our favourite double black diamond, Heggtveit, shared these personal photos with us as Camp Fortune is where she learned to ski.

John Clifford, the father of popular skiing

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