Rosy cheeks and great cheer were in abundance at the Keppoch last weekend. On Feb. 3, families from Antigonish town and county made the most of the sunny conditions flocking to the Keppoch Mountain for the annual Fun Day. The winter-wonderland theme was apropos for the sunny conditions following on the previous days’ snowfall. Families availed themselves of the many activities available, including sledding, skiing, snowboarding, cycling and rock climbing.
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Parker Swinkels surveys the beautiful landscape and plans the next step in an ascent of the climbing rocks at the Keppoch. He, and many other youngsters enjoyed the sunny weather as part of the Keppoch Fun Day on Feb. 3.
Hanool Noh was among many youths trying their hand at frisbee during Keppoch Fun Day, Feb. 3.
Jamie Lukeman and his daughter Ellie carving up the ski hill on a toboggan. The Lukemans were one of many families who made the trek out to the Keppoch for the Feb. 3 Fun Day.
James Deon, enjoying the sunshine and results of a previous heavy snow – optimal conditions for tobogganing at the Keppoch.
Grace Cidro, guiding her son Zak onto a ramp designed to accommodate younger tobogganers.
Mitchell Brown, catching some air on Keppoch Mountain, with Matthieu Fraser following on skis. Brown and Fraser were among the many enjoying the pleasant weather at Keppoch Mountain on Feb. 3.
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