WINTERSTOKE 2015 RECAP
+ SEE THE FILMS YOU MISSED!
Hosted by Crowfoot Media
Our first-ever Winterstoke event descended on The North Face Banff on Thursday, October 22, 2015, complete with local ski ‘n snowboard films, winter trade show booths, cash bar, popcorn, swag bags and plenty of giveaways. The weather might be fooling us these days, but our crowd sure left pretty stoked for the snowy season to come. Here’s what went down, in case you missed it!
ANNOUNCING THE WINTERSTOKE WINNERS
Winner – Local’s Choice Award
by Noah Maisonet
Winner – Judge’s Choice Award
by Adam Locke
Argentina Vacation, by Kevin Hjertaas
Quartz Creek powder laps, by Trevor Dingman
we.have.everything, by Dustin Comyn
The English do the Aemmer Couloir, by Michael Hall
Athabasca Splitboard, by James Blackhall
Dreams of a Kickin Chicken, Meat Torpedo, and a Powder Puff, by Yosuke Mizuno
An Old Dogs Old Tricks, by Alan Hogg
Our winners took home big prizes at Winterstoke, including a 2015/16 Lake Louise Ski Resort Season Pass (Local’s Choice) and a pair of Pinnacle 95 K2 Skis (Judge’s Choice). The audience didn’t go home empty handed, either: after a night full of giveaways from the Alpine Club of Canada, Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts, Rocky Mountain Books, Medicine Hat Meat Traders, CLIF, SoLo, Caribou Properties, Avalanche Canada and AM Adventures, each member of the crowd also went home with a swag bag full of products and discount cards.
Thanks to our trade show representatives who added to the fun vibes at Winterstoke: Rocky Mountain Books, Lake Louise Ski Resort, K2 Alberta, Cloud Nine Guides, Leggings for Adventurers and Medicine Hat Meat Traders.
Hope to see you all again next year!
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