Win prizes worth £1,000: #AlpineAdventures competition

Posted by Peter Burnside on 03/05/2018

Alpine adventurers: find out how to win free prizes with your pictures. All the info here:

#AlpineAdventures social competition

Throughout June, July and August, the BMC and Alpkit are running an alpine competition. Share your alpine adventures on social media with the hashtag #AlpineAdventures and you’ll be entered into a fantastic prize draw worth thousands of pounds (winners will be announced end of August).

What can you win?

One person each month will win an Alpkit Griffon mid-layer, and there will be one tremendously lucky winner selected to win the Alpkit Grand Prize – a bundle worth over £1,000!

What’s in that £1,000 bundle?

  • A free 'Family Weekend Pass' or 'Friends Weekend Pass' to the Alpkit Big Shakeout Festival on 28-30 September. (Camping included.) Worth up to £200.
  • Free entry to any courses and activities over the weekend (subject to availability).
  • An Alpkit 'Alpine Kit Bundle' worth over £800 (available in men's or women's):

    - Chilkoot trousers (£60)
    - Kepler Long Sleeve merino top (£45)
    - Griffon hoody (£39)
    - Morphosis Jacket (£85)
    - Phantac down jacket (£195)
    - Definition technical mountaineering jacket (£225)
    - BruKit system camping stove (£45)
    - Qark headtorch (£36)
    - Oryx minimalist backpack (£75)

Competition details: how to enter

All you have to do is share your alpine adventure photos on social media with the #AlpineAdventures hashtag to enter. You'll be immediately put into the prizedraw to win monthly prizes and the grand prize bundle worth over £1,000!


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