Help the Griz slay the Mammoth!

Fernie Alpine Resort is in a competition to beat off Mammoth mountain in a Powder magazine throwdown.

  • Nov. 13, 2012 9:00 a.m.

After just recently being named the Best North American ski resort at the World Snow Awards in London, Fernie Alpine Resort is now competing with Mammoth mountain in a Powder magazine throwdown.

Powder Magazine is pitting ski town against ski town in an elimination competition on their Facebook page and Fernie needs your help to make it to the next round! Wednesday November 14 and Thursday, November 15 are the only days to get online and go to Powder Magazine’s Facebook page and vote for Fernie, up against Mammoth in California, in a Simon and Goliath battle.

Matt Mosteller, said, “Canadians, any and everyone please help us beat out Mammoth on the first round of the Powder Magazine Ski Town Throwdown! Vote this Wednesday and Thursday and please post this on your Facebook page to get your friends to support Canada as we try to beat out the USA.

“Revelstoke and Nelson/Rossland both took on their respective challenges and won, now it’s Fernie’s chance to make it a Kootenay trifecta and show North America the little mountain towns are not small fry.

Click here to vote.

 

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