's Photo Contest

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Whistler 2011

Want to win a trip to Whistler, Rossignol skis, and more?

Simply submit your best on-snow photo before January 17th and then get your friends to vote starting January 18. and the editors of SKI Magazine and Skiing Magazine will choose a winner from the top 20 vote getters.
The winner will enjoy a 5-day getaway in Whistler, B.C. along with:

- Lodging: 4-nights lodging at the Coast Blackcomb Suites
- Lift Tickets: 3-day lift ticket and rentals from Whistler Blackcomb
- Transport: Vancouver Airport transfers
- Apres: $100 gift certificate to the Brewhouse
- Gear: Pair of Rossignol's Experience skis

Enter Here.


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“As always, the Deep Winter Photo Challenge proved to be a tiring, but fun four days,” says Manley. “We worked hard and tried to be as creative as possible. This year differed in that the sun came out, and we ended up venturing out of the forest and into the alpine, which was weird, but great.”

Jordan Manley Wins Whistler Photo Contest—Again

For the third year in a row, photographer Jordan Manley has won Whistler's Deep Winter Photo Challenge, which ran through January 10. Paul Morrison earned second place and best-in-show photo, and Nicolas Teichrob, in his debut at the contest, placed third. Here are a few shots from Manley.

Deep Winter

Whistler Deep Winter Photo Contest

This week, some of the best photographers in the ski world are in Whistler, B.C. for the Arc'teryx Deep Winter Challenge, a three-day-long photo contest. On Saturday, one will be crowned king (or queen) of storms. Here's one of the winning slideshows of the past.