Photo: Ladies riding for charity

La Nina charity snowmobile ride raises $2,730 for Revelstoke Hospice Society.

A group of women gather on Boulder Mountain for the La Nina Charity Ride on Saturday. The ride was organized by professional snowmobiler Nadine Overwater

A group of women gather on Boulder Mountain for the La Nina Charity Ride on Saturday. The ride was organized by professional snowmobiler Nadine Overwater, the owner of La Nina sled camps. The ride was a huge success, she said, and raised $2,730 for the Revelstoke Hospice Society. Overwater was joined by three other coaches who helped guide and coach about 20 female riders who came out for the day. Support for the ride was provided by Great Canadian Snowmobile Tours, Somewon, the Big Eddy Pub, Motorfirst and Divas snow gear.

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