SnowSeekers is kicking off the 2011/12 snow season with its best contest yet!
One lucky winner will receive TWO SEASON PASSES for the 2012/13 season to ANY resort that we cover on SnowSeekers.ca, as well as FOUR GOODYEAR TIRES (installed), courtesy of Fountain Tire.
Just follow this link and give your best guess as to what the total snowfall will be for the 24 resorts listed on our contest page, combined. The person with the closest guess to the actual number will win TWO SEASON PASSES to any resort listed in the navigation on our site.
SnowSeekers is confident in proclaiming North America’s Northwest (British Columbia, Alberta, Montana, Idaho, and Washington) as the powder capital of the planet. With the massive, record-breaking snowfalls over the past few years—of the soft, fluffy variety—we want to put our theory to the test. Every year, on our Snow Conditions page, we catalog the total snowfall from dozens of resorts. This year, in addition to that, we're going to have a Total Snowfall Count on the header of our site that will be running all season long—until May 23, 2012, when Sunshine Village closes for the season.
To be honest, we don't really know what that total snowfall number is going to look like. And we're willing to bet that you don't either. But we dare you to prove us wrong. Again, just follow the link and give your best guess as to what the total snowfall will be for the 24 resorts listed on our contest page, combined. TWO SEASON PASSES and FOUR GOODYEAR TIRES await you.
Here are some hints to get you started: Mount Washington received 1950 cm last season, Fernie received 1130 cm, and Marmot Basin received 408 cm.
The contest is open until January 12, 2012. The winner will be announced on May 24, 2012.
So think hard, plan well, and, as always, THINK SNOW.
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