Voting begins anew

Round 3 (The Sweet 16!) of the Ski Town Throwdown is here today and Red Mountain is still in the running.

  • Nov. 18, 2013 5:00 p.m.

Click Here to Vote!Round 3 (The Sweet 16!) of the Ski Town Throwdown is here and Red Mountain is still in the running.

Rossland’s ski mountain faces Eaglecrest Ski Area in round three today and it will be a close match—they had a great turnout just like us last round.You can vote more than once from different computers and your phone. This round of voting will last two days.The resort is so close to the Elite eight.

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