Snow enthusiasts have just a few more days to vote for their go-to Canadian ski and snowboard destination.
The eighth annual World Ski Awards, a global initiative to recognize, reward and celebrate excellence in ski tourism, is scheduled to close this year’s voting Sept. 25.
The Best Ski Resort category is open to towns, villages or areas with an established ski infrastructure and an impeccable ski record. Here in Canada, last year’s top nod went to Alberta’s Lake Louise Ski Resort, a perennial favourite since the competition started in 2013, other than 2016 when BC’s Revelstoke Mountain Resort took the gold.
BC and Alberta mountains are once again dominating this year’s nominees. In addition to Banff Sunshine and Lake Louise resorts in the Alberta Rockies, BC resorts collecting votes include Big White Ski Resort in Kelowna, Fernie Alpine Resort, Red Mountain Resort in Rossland, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Sun Peaks Resort, Whitewater Ski Resort in Nelson, Panorama Resort near Invermere and Whistler Blackcomb.
Tremblant, in Mont Tremblant, Quebec, is the lone eastern Canada nominee.
Learn more and vote for your favourites at worldskiawards.com.