Thank you to all that participated in this year’s contest! The contest closed on February 29, 2020, with over 35,000 entries.
The 2020 Spring winners are:
Sol Mountain Lodge — Lyndsey C.
Wells Gray Adventures — Hailey S.
Golden Alpine Holidays — Jill H.
*Prize details below. Winners were selected by random draw and will be contacted directly to coordinate prizing*
Be sure to check back to our contest page often for more exciting chances to win!
Two-night summer stay for two people at Sol Mountain Lodge in the Monashees
Sol Mountain backcountry lodge offers alpine hiking and singletrack mountain biking just south of Revelstoke, in British Columbia’s Monashee Mountains. Open, flowy singletrack threading through alpine meadows and tons of technical slabrock features for all you XC and All Mountain riders. Sol Mountain is accessed in the summer by a two and half hour drive from Revelstoke, BC. Our singletrack trail network opens August 1. Hiking season starts July 20.
Three, five, or seven-day hut hike with Wells Gray Adventures
Wells Gray Park B.C. is a vast wilderness of 1.4 million acres (540,000 acres). Wells Gray Adventures offers fully guided and catered hut to hut bikes in the high country of Wells Gray. The winner of this prize can choose to join a hut hike that is either three, five, or seven days long. The ecologically sensitive huts in Wells Gray allow you to hike through lush alpine meadows, around sparkling high-country lakes and reach incredible overlooks all with a very light backpack. This prize is available for the summer of 2020.
Sunrise, Meadow and Vista hut to hut trip with Golden Alpine Holidays
GAH consists of four backcountry lodges, a strategic staging facility alongside the Trans-Canada Highway with tenure for tour operations over 150 square km (~50,000 acres) in the Esplanade Range of the Northern Selkirk Mountain Mountains. The year round recreation tenure and management plan allows for self-guided and fully guided ski touring during the winter with more than 130 named ski runs. In summer, a network of over 125 kilometers of well marked hiking trails exists.