Update: Rossland/Nelson in the final four for top ski town

Rossland/Nelson beat out Crested Butte, Colorado this week to reach the final four category in Powder Magazine's Ski Town Throwdown.

Update: Rossland/Nelson are currently ahead by a comfortable margin in Powder Magazine’s Ski Town Throwdown contest.

The votes are 1820 – 995 as of 5:30 p.m. Monday, with a little over 24 hours to go in the online competition.

Rossland/Nelson beat out Crested Butte, Colorado this week to reach the final four category.

The contest began Oct. 29 with 32 ski towns from all over North America ranked in a March Madness-style bracket. Rossland/Nelson have so far advanced against each of its opponents, which have included the likes of Sugarloaf, Maine and Whitefish, Montana.

On the other end of the bracket is Fernie, which will be up against Bozeman, Montana.

Voting for the final four begins Monday on Powder’s Facebook page, linked here.

 

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