Ski.com's Epic Dream Job

Some big players have teamed up for one heck of a contest.
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What happens when the largest provider of ski vacations in North America teams up with the Epic Pass? The opportunity of a lifetime, for starters. 

Ski.com and Vail Resorts are hunting for one lucky person to travel the world for two months this winter to visit more than a dozen different locations on the Epic Pass. Thanks to support from Helly Hansen, Rossignol, Oakley, GoPro, and United Airlines, the winner will be outfitted head-to-skis with some rad gear, then fly in style to places like Whistler Blackcomb in Canada, Arlberg in Austria, Tignes-Val d'Isere in France, Hakuba in Japan, and Vail in Colorado to go skiing.

“We have been in the business of ski travel for 47 years and even our team of experienced, well-traveled Mountain Travel Experts haven’t been on a ski trip this epic,” said Dan Sherman, Ski.com's Chief Marketing Officer. “We are excited to partner with the Epic Pass and other iconic ski and travel brands to hire an adventurer who will highlight what it’s like to literally travel around the world on a single ski trip.” 

What does it take to win the jackpot? It starts with a 60 seconds-or-less video clip that captures why you're interested, and why you should win the trip of a lifetime. Submit it to Ski.com/dreamjob before October 15, 2018, and you could be well on your way to spending two months in skiing heaven. The winner will be announced on October 30, 2018. See more details on Ski.com's contest page.

Ski.com Epic Dream Job

Sounds pretty sweet to us.

Please note: SKI Magazine / SKImag.com (this website) and Ski.com are not affiliated, even though we really wish that was our URL. Make sure to read all the fine print on their website about rules, etc. to make a fully informed decision about entering.

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