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Winterlude National Ice Carving Championship

February 5 - February 6

Lake Louise Ski Resort Winterlude National Ice Carving Championship

Banff National Park will be among 10 destinations in Canada to host the Winterlude National Ice Carving Championship this February.

Winterlude National Ice Carving Championship

When: National ice carving championship Feb. 5-6, Voting period Feb. 11-20

Where: Banff National Park, Alberta

During the weekend of February 5-6, 2022, 10 experienced ice-sculpting duos will represent the 10 Canadian provinces and compete simultaneously on a work of art made of ice. They will have 20 hours to sculpt 15 blocks of ice and create a piece of art inspired by the theme ‘’Olympic and Paralympic spirit’’, a nod to the 2022 Winter Games.

The duo representing Alberta will carve their sculpture in Banff National Park. An iconic location, representing some of the most beautiful landscapes in the province.

Vote for Alberta

Not only will this ice carving spectacle be incredible to watch, you’ll also get to vote for your favourite provincial piece! Starting on February 11, all of the sculptures will be featured on the Winterlude website, and you will be able to vote for your favourite #Winterlude #BalDeNeige sculpture. The Winterlude National Ice Carving Championship voting period will end on Sunday, February 20 at 5 p.m. (local time). The winning sculptures will be announced on February 21.

Vote for Alberta and help make our province a proud winner of this prestigious winter award!

About Winterlude

Since 1985, the Winterlude ice-sculpting competitions have welcomed artists from around the world and attracted thousands of visitors (pre-pandemic) to Canada’s Capital Region. This year, master ice carvers will compete across Canada, in 10 provinces on 1 weekend, to create a work of art that will represent the Olympic and Paralympic spirit.

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Winterlude National Ice Carving Championship-Otttawa-Ice-Sculpture
An ice sculpture, created in Ottawa Canada’s Capital Region, for the Winterlude National Ice Carving Championship, in a previous year. | Photo courtesy of Canadian Heritage

Details

Start:
February 5
End:
February 6
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Website:
https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/campaigns/winterlude/sculptures.html

Venue

Banff National Park
Alberta Canada

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