SORCA wants your vote.
Squamish was selected as one of nine eligible Western locations for the Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) Dirt Search contest.
MEC is encouraging all interested to vote on their favourite place among the nine candidates, with the top vote getter receiving $10,000 to be used for local trail improvement.
SORCA officials said they would rebuild the Rob's Corners/Cliff's Corners trail, which was recently devastated by industrial activity, into an intermediate flow trail similar to Half Nelson or Pseudotsuga.
Squamish is up against some stiff competition as Calgary, Edmonton, Victoria and Kamloops are all cities with much larger populations. Other areas up for the cash include: Jasper, Coquitlam, The Yukon and arch-rival Whistler.
People are allowed to cast their vote once a day until the contest deadline Feb. 26 at 11:59 a.m. PST. Voters need to have a Facebook profile to participate.
For more information on the contest, visit http://blog.mec.ca/2014/02/04/dirt-search-contest/