Land recognition: this event takes place on traditional Stk’emlupsemc te Secwepemc Nation territory, thank you for having us. For more information, see stkemlups.ca.
This fall the Slope Line jumps are better than ever, with new jumps, a hip, drainage, and everything has been groomed to perfection. The crew is now down two members who have passed on far too young: Tyler Tenning (T10) and Logan Parent, two of the original guys that created the Slope Line with Dalton Anderson. This event, hosted once or twice a year, honours those fallen friends, and gives the dirtjump community a place to reconnect. The Jam is a celebration of the good things we have, and the jump scene they helped to create.
The man behind the Slope Line, Dalton Anderson
This was the first year that entries had to be limited due to popularity and Covid concerns, which is a good sign for this growing event. This was the first time in a few years that 100 Mile was treated to prime weather for the Jam as well.
Shout out to the rest of the crew that helped out:
Dalton Anderson - the master builder