Friends of Montana Mountain Pass
Do you love the trails of Montana Mountain? Support the Singletrack to Success (S2S) youth of Carcross/Tagish First Nation by purchasing your Friends of Montana Mountain Pass.
This donation will help pay the wages of the youth who build and maintain Mountain Mountain,
2020 only, support S2S for $25.00!!!
Why Buy A Pass?
User support is essential to keep S2S project going. The trails of Montana Mountain are on the traditional territory of the Carcross/Tagish First Nation (C/TFN) and is sacred land for the Carcross/Tagish people. The Singletrack to Success (S2S) crew is a group of young, dedicated, mostly C/TFN youth that work on the mountain, creating and maintaining a network of world-class singletrack trails. Your donation helps keep these trails safe, fun and open for riding by helping fund the S2S crew.
Show off your support for the mountain by displaying your Friends of Montana Mountain tag while you are riding, and forever after!
What do I get?
You get the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping Montana Mountain stay a world-class biking destination! You also get to know that you are helping keep youth employed and out on the mountain. But, you’ll also physically get an S2S tag that you can hang on your backpack or jacket. If you purchase your pass on-line, just stop by the Icycle Sports, C/TMC office in Whitehorse or S2S store in the Carcross Commons and pick up your tag.
Plus, pass holders get exclusive benefits at the Carcross Commons:
Caribou Crossing Coffee: Montana Mountain Appreciation Card: 10% off of any espresso specialty drinks hot or cold, every 10.
IMPORTANT: The Friend of Montana Mountain pass is a donation to the Carcross/Tagish Development Corporation which runs the Carcross Singletrack to Success crew. It is not an access pass to the mountain, nor does it come with insurance. Mountain biking is a dangerous activity and all riders should be aware of the risk of injury and ride within their abilities.
Where Can I Buy A Pass?
Online! or at our C/TMC office in Whitehorse (Horwoods’ Mall on main street, Unit #209).