World Championship Longboard Races with large group of spectators

World Championship Longboard Races

The Plumas Ski Club invites skiers and the public to the Annual Historic Longboard Races held on the third Sunday of each month in January, February, and March at Plumas-Eureka Ski Bowl in Johnsville–home to the first downhill skiing competition in the western hemisphere, starting in 1861. There is a nominal charge to race, leather boots are required, and period-appropriate dress is encouraged. Spectators will enjoy food, music, and drink in addition to the exciting races. Spend the day at the birthplace of ski racing for a truly unique Plumas County experience!

Dates

Feb 19
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location

Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl
Johnsville-Graeagle

Region

Southeast Plumas

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