Radio West | Dec 19, 2012 | 6:12

Rossland and Nelson team up in ski town competition

North American ski destinations are going head to head in a 'Ski Town Throwdown.' It's the finals and Bozeman, Montana is up against BC's own Nelson and Rossland. Powder Magazine is hosting the contest. Rebecca spoke with editor John Stifter.

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