The 3rd Annual TransWorld SNOWboarding Resort Poll Results are official, and Whistler/Blackcomb has been named the number one snowboard resort in North America, according to the readers of TransWorld Snowboarding magazine.

Last April, we put our interns to work and sent out 10,000 surveys to TWS readers across North America that asked them to rank, on a scale of 1 to 10, three resorts that they visited in the categories of Park, Pipe, and Overall Resort. Once tabulated and calculated, we had the results of the Resort Poll that appears in the just-released TransWorld SNOWboarding Resort Guide.

In the new issue, resorts that ranked in the top ten of the three categories listed below spill the beans about what’s new for the up-coming, highly anticipated season. So pick up a copy, and see which resorts cater to the snowboarders’ needs, both on and off the mountain.

Here are the results for Overall Resort, Park and Pipe:

Top Ten Overall Resorts

1. Whistler/Blackcomb, B.C., Canada

2. Mammoth Mountain, California

3. Breckenridge, Colorado

4. Mt. Bachelor, Oregon

5. Copper Mountain, Colorado

6. Mount Snow, Vermont

7. Vail, Colorado

8. Okemo, Vermont

9. Kirkwood, California

10. Heavenly, California

Top Ten Parks

1. Whistler/Blackcomb, B.C., Canada

2. Mammoth Mountain, California

3. Breckenridge, Colorado

4. Park City Mountain Resort, Utah

5. Copper Mountain, Colorado

6. Mount Snow, Vermont

7. Mt. Bachelor, Oregon

8. Okemo, Vermont

9. Heavenly, California

10. Snow Summit, California

Top Ten Pipes

1. Mammoth Mountain, California

2. Whistler/Blackcomb, B.C., Canada

3. Breckenridge, Colorado

4. Stratton, Vermont

5. Okemo, Vermont

6. Park City, Utah

7. Vail, Colorado

8. Mount Snow, Vermont

9.Copper Mountain, Colorado

10. Northstar-at-Tahoe, California

***Honorable Mentions

Squaw Valley, California

June Mountain, California

Mt. Baker, Washington

Congratulations to all those resorts featured! Each season we aim to make the Resort Poll even more legit. As riders await a season of bigger, better, and more progressive terrain, it may be a close call for the Fourth Annual Resort Poll.

Look for a ballot in the April issue of Transworld SNOWboarding.