2017 Photo Contest Winners

The 2017 Vancouver Trails Photo Contest saw a record number of entries, with more than 1,400 photos submitted, many of which were incredible. The choices have been made, congratulations to this year’s winners:

Grand Prize

Mount Cheam

Mount Cheam Photo by: Paul Kendall


2nd Place

Panorama Ridge

Panorama Ridge – Photo by: Mark Stoker


3rd Place

Watersprite Lake

Watersprite Lake – Photo by: Nathan Reimer


Runner-Ups

See all the photos submitted to the 2017 Vancouver Trails Photo Contest in the photo gallery. Thanks to everyone who submitted photos and we look forward to seeing your photos in 2018!

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