PHOTOS: Sylvan Lakers’ favourite winter activities

Friday morning Sylvan Lake and all of Central Alberta woke to a few centimeters of snow.

To chase away the winter blues, the Sylvan Lake News asked readers on Facebook to submit a photo of their favourite winter activity.

The photo with the most reactions will have its photo printed in the Nov. 22 edition of the Sylvan Lake News. The top five photos are featured on our website.

Readers could submit their photos and vote until 5 p.m. on Nov. 16.

Thank you to everyone who sent in their photos and participated in the contest.

Coreen Spencer placed first with her photo of her favourite, and unusual, winter activity of “white water kayaking”.
Amanda Simmonds’s photo of her and her dogs hiking in the cold winter months placed second in our Facebook photo contest.
Gregg Brooks submitted this photo of his favourite winter activity, snow showing. This photo tied for third place.
CindyLee Smith’s favourite activity is hiking to the top of the mountain. She says nothing is better than getting to the top of the mountain, with fresh snow and groomed runs. This photo tied fir third place.
Lisa Robeson tied for third place with this photo of her favourite winter activity, skating on the lake.

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