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This article is about something that was for a period of time or is no longer in Club Penguin.
|Great Snow Race|
|When||August 25—31, 2011|
|Free Item(s)|| Infrared Tracker |
Expedition Key Pin
AC 3000 Pin
- Were you looking for The Great Snow Maze?
The Great Snow Race was a party that took place from August 25 to August 31, 2011. It was first confirmed in a parent email newsletter along with the information about the new System Defender level. Construction began on August 18. The Toughest Mountain from the Mountain Expedition returned for the party, except everyone could access it. Operation: Hibernation took place during this party. Players could earn the AC 3000 Pin for defeating Herbert. Three new party-exclusive stamps were also introduced for the Great Snow Race: the Snowboarder stamp, the Mountaineer stamp, and the Stunt Penguin stamp.
|Alpine Helmet||Mountain Top||No|
|Infrared Tracker||Ice Cave||No|
|Expedition Key Pin||Second Laser Maze||No|
|AC 3000 Pin||Classified Area||No|
Here is an excerpt from the parent newsletter about the party, from Club Penguin:
- " Penguins love parties and the one coming August 25 has more than a few surprises. We can't give away all the secrets, but we WILL say that a lot of agents will be required... Let your child know they can get ready to race by practicing at the Ski Hill!" A few things include a laser maze, lots of interactive items, and the free item. Happy77 posted a sneak peek where you can find that in the Top of the Mountain there would be a free item: the Alpine Helmet. This item was available to all players.
- Herbert was put into hibernation and then sealed away in his lair.
- The Great Snow Race was actually a mission to set an operation to capture Herbert P. Bear.
- It was the first event to cover up an EPF operation, the second being the Extreme Paint Festival.