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Costumes reign at Buckwheat Ski Classic in White Pass

The annual Buckwheat Ski Classic race takes place at a skiing area called Log Cabin in White Pass, B.C. Race organizers are in Alaska and many participants come from the Yukon for the popular event.

Hundreds compete in the annual race, many wearing capes, fur or spandex

The annual Buckwheat Ski Classic race takes place at a skiing area called Log Cabin in White Pass, B.C. Race organizers are in Alaska and many participants come from the Yukon for the popular event. 

Take a look through our gallery to get a taste of the sights and costumes of the Buckwheat Ski Classic - truly a race like no other.

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