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Ski Area Sets World Record For “Most Denim Worn On Slopes”

Ski Area Sets World Record For “Most Denim Worn On Slopes”

Published : 09-Oct-2023 06:40

The Remarkables ski area in New Zealand says it set a world record for the amount of people skiing and boarding dressed in denim on its closing day on Monday.
Having invited skiers and boarders to, "connect with your inner Jerry and slap on as much denim as you can for a fun final day on the slopes," The Remarkables reported that after staging their first-ever "Denim Dash" they "broke a world record for amount of shredders in denim!"

The resorts closing day also included a pond skim and free mullet haircuts to anyone fancying one.

Elsewhere four New Zealand ski areas (Cardrona, Mt Hutt, Turoa and Whakapapa) remain open for a final week or two of the southern hemisphere's 2023 season. There are also a couple of areas still open in each of Argentina and Chile for the final week of the season there, but with the opening of the Kaunertal Glacier in Austria it has moved to second place in the list of countries with the most areas open as the northern hemisphere's 23-24 season slowly starts to gather pace.

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