Contest: Stay tuned as we reveal our WINNERS in July!
Sunday, July 2, 2017, 9:00 AM - Thank you to everyone who took the time to show us your Trail. Our contest is now closed, as our judges deliberate who our five finalists and GRAND PRIZE winner will be!
Our Trans Canada Trail contest judges include: Weather Network meteorologist and storm chaser Mark Robinson; one of the original founders of The Great Trail and lawyer Paul LaBarge; artist, filmmaker and explorer Cory Trépanier; and Sarah Jackson, the first woman to completely hike the Trans Canada Trail.
5 FINALISTS: Five (5) runner-up winners will receive a DJI Phantom 3 Standard Quadcopter Drone, an assortment of TCT and TWN swag, and their winning photo featured on Trans Canada Trail and The Weather Network platforms. Total approximate value: $800
GRAND PRIZE: One (1) Grand Prize winner, chosen from the 5 finalists, will receive round trip airfare for one to Ottawa, three nights accommodation, and an invitation to the Trans Canada Trail’s connection celebration event, a walking tour of the city and a half-day guided hike of a The Great Trail section in the Ottawa region. Total approximate value: $2,500
Did you know 80% of Canadians live within 30 minutes of The Great Trail? As the longest recreational trail in the world, the Trans Canada Trail offers a wide range of activities through a variety of landscapes – urban, rural and wilderness, along greenways, waterways and roadways. Such diversity makes for countless opportunities to capture images of how the Trail resonates with you.
Visit www.thegreattrail.ca to locate a Trail section near you or your favourite photo subjects.
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Our Panel will evaluate all valid entries and pick one finalist from each of the following themes:
Capture 'A Moment on The Great Trail'
The featured theme for June is 'MY WATER TRAIL'
To find a section of The Great Trail nearest you, visit their interactive map at www.thegreattrail.ca