There are many great things taking place in the Athabasca Region that will attract visitors and possibly be a new business venture. We need photos of these activities to showcase our region to others.
The “Get Snapping Photo Program’ is not a contest. The Committee will review submissions on a monthly basis and each photo chosen will receive $50. The chosen photos could be used in future promotional efforts for the region by any and all TED Committee stakeholders and Travel Alberta. Participants are encouraged to read and follow the Travel Alberta READY Guidelines.
We want photos of things going on in our region
We are looking for photos of all seasons and various activities and events that take place in the region including, but not limited to: campgrounds, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, boating, wildlife viewing, bird watching, hiking, running, mountain biking, motor biking, horseback riding, golfing, food trucks, spray park, skate park, water activities, Farmers Markets (Athabasca and Boyle), Magnificent River Rats Festival, Boyle Rodeo, Boyle Wildberry Festival, Rochester Fair, Jet Boat Rally, Hawg Flats, Fly-In BBQ, downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, quadding, hockey, outdoor rinks, skating, tobogganing, etc.
Help others see our region through your eyes!
Everyone is welcome to submit as many photos as they would like.
The photos must be taken in the Athabasca Region (Athabasca County, Town of Athabasca, Village of Boyle).
Each participant will be required to submit a completed Photo/Video Consent Waiver for anyone in the photo(s) and a License Agreement for Use & Distribution of Creative Property.
Photo submissions should be clear and of a good quality. Please review the Travel Alberta READY Guidelines to learn about the type of photos we are looking for.
About the TED Committee
The Tourism and Economic Development (TED) Committee is a committee made up of representatives from the Town of Athabasca, Athabasca County, the Village of Boyle, and Athabasca University. The stakeholders work together to develop and promote regional initiatives that grow tourism and economic development in the Athabasca Region. The Get Paid For Your Photos initiative is made possible through a partnership with Travel Alberta.