Winter is the perfect time to crush some fresh powder and shred like a winner down the mountain.

So take a break from watching USA go for gold, and get ready to ski like a champion. You know how it goes.

We've got a number of passes to give away to local area mountains like Sugarloaf, Saddleback, Mt. Abram, Lost Valley and more.

It's time to win them, and here's how.

If you're reading this on our app, all you have to do is fill out the form below! Do it now!

Otherwise, you need to make sure you download our app, as that is the only place you can enter the contest. Once you've downloaded it, be sure to find the button in the very center black bar on the main page titled "Win Ski Passes."

Click on that button and you'll be taken to this page where you can then fill out the contest form.

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Contest ends February 20. This is a multi-station contest.

Start dreaming of hitting the slopes on us. It's going to be one incredible time. Lace up your boots, pick up your poles, and let's tear it up out there. (Or take it nice and easy if you feel so inclined!)

Either way, it should be a really fun time, and we can't wait for you to get out there to do it.

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