Blake Cuthbert, originally from California, is new to Trail having moved here with his wife who is from the area. He says he’s tried out some really great skate parks in the U.S. and Europe, but the city’s is, by far, one of the most impressive. After the Christmas snowfall, Blake cleared out one of the bowls and on New Year’s Day was enjoying the ride. (Sheri Regnier photo)

Snow doesn’t stop Trail skateboarder

Blake Cuthbert has been clearing out the bowl at the East Trail park so he can ride his board



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