An Inukshuk can be small or large, built from whatever stones are at hand; each one is unique. The arrangement of stones indicates the purpose of the marker, e.g. the direction of arms and legs could indicate an open channel for navigation, or a valley for passage through the mountains. One without arms, or with antlers affixed to it, could act as a marker for a cache of food. An Inukshuk is a comforting sight to a traveller on a featureless and forbidding landscape.
Take the Mile High Scenic Chairlift Ride to the summit of Mount Washington and use the rocks around the Inukshuk building grounds to create your own, unique structure. Take a photo of your creation and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to win two winter lift tickets for the 2016.17 season!
Free to participate with the purchase of a Mile High Scenic Chairlift Ride ticket.
Please limit the height of your Inukshuks to 24" or approximately knee height.