Things You Didn't Know About Mount Blizzard! (Part 2)

Hello Penguins,

Here is the second fin-load of things you may or may not have not seen, noticed or known about Club Penguin Island's new area, Blizzard Mountain.

I wonder who this statue is attributed to? Back on Club Penguin, there was a famous sled racer named Flurry Fast who topped records of a racing legend in a now retired Club Penguin app.

On the Snow Stormer track, you can see several crates and yeti footprints. Hmm... What messages are being conveyed here (English cliche)?

Another section of the track features a gold mine... Secrets of the Golden Puffle, anyone?! Nostalgia... 

Out of the cave, and into the light- Hey, more crates; Many failed attempts to deliver a package to the Clock Tower. Do they still have coins in them?!

The other race track, Summit Plummet features a cave within the first turn of the course. I wonder who lives in this one?

The next section of the course contains a cave... With lots of emerald and gems; Not only a throw back to the past, but possibly even the source of Ice Crystals?

Out of the dark, and into the light... Only to see a prehistoric skeleton. What creatures lived on the island before us penguins?!

Next to CPSN, you can claim a collectable and p- Hey, what's this boulder doing in front of an entry? Deja-vu... 

Lastly, all the way down the mountain, we see the start of a cave! Now, doesn't this look familiar; Viewing from Beacon Boardwalk?!

Well, that wraps it up for part 2 of Mt. Blizzard secrets! Did you learn something new? Let me know in the comments below.



Tomisino1 is a passionate blogger of Club Penguin and Club Penguin Island since 2015 with over five years worth of experience throughout the game. Make sure to wave a flipper if you see him on our snowy island!

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