Contest Close: September 1, 2014
Article Length: 750-800 words
Writer’s Guidelines: Click here
Now that you're signed up, its time to create your article or upload your photo.
Creating an Article
First, you'll create your article on this page by entering the title of your article. Once you click Save, you'll be sent over to our writing page. There is where you'll be asked for a summary and the full text of your article.
Once you have your summary and article in and you are satisfied with how they look, click the Save button at the bottom of the page. This will submit your article to us for entry into the contest!
Once you click save, your submission is final and cannot be edited.
Uploading a Photo
Everything is done over on the photo uploading page (which can also be reached from the header of any page). Once you've loaded that page, you'll see a simple form that you need to fill out.
File is the photo you want to submit. To select the photo from your computer, click the browse button and choose the file from your computer.
Title is for a short phrase that describes your photo. It could be where is was the picture was taken or maybe the activity. ex: English Bay on Canada Day
Photo Credit is the name of the owner of the image (that should be you).
Caption is there if you want to get a bit more descriptive (or creative) on your title and really set the atmosphere for your photo. This is entirely optional.
Once the form is all filled out, click the upload button and your photo will be sent in and automatically registered in the contest!
Once uploaded, the photo submission is final and cannot be edited.
Grand Prize is a 7 day/6 night trip for two to San Juan, Utah including:
- Air fare from Calgary or Vancouver
- Subsidy for rental car
- Lodging and tour activities
- There are some but not all meals provided
Dates may be subject to hotel availability.
About San Juan
San Juan County provides a perfect, centralized base of travel to the world renowned features that surround us. National Parks and Monuments are all within Canyon Country or easy driving distance. Fine dining as well as family restaurants complement the visitor experience. Enjoy river rafting with an excellent guide, jeep into hidden canyons and across mountain ridges, hike, bike, 4-wheel, and ATV into and through Utah's Canyon Country for the vacation of a lifetime! With 9,000 feet of elevation change - almost 2 miles between 3,700 feet and 12,600 feet - from red rock canyons to alpine splendor, San Juan County has it all! Click here to visit their website.