Ski resorts get in on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Ski resorts get in on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Over the past month, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has taken the Internet by storm, and in the process, raised millions of dollars towards disease research and brought an invaluable amount of awareness to the sickness. The premise is simple: if you’re nominated to take the Ice Bucket Challenge, you must produce a video of ice cold water being dumped on your head and then nominate three other individuals to take the challenge. If they fail to complete the challenge in 24 hours, they must make a donation to ALS research. It just so happens that many ski resorts have gotten in on the action, finding creative ways to drench themselves and nominating other resorts in turn. Take a look at a few of the gems from the ski world below. For more information on how you can donate to ALS research, click here.

Angel Fire Resort

Aspen Snowmass

Crested Butte

Jackson Hole

Jay Peak Resort

Mount Snow


Snowshoe Mountain

Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows

Stratton Mountain

Sun Valley

Vail Resorts


Whistler Blackcomb

Winter Park Resort

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