/ COMP: Video: Podsacs - North Wales Bouldering..WINNER
WINNER of the EXCLUSIVE UKCLIMBING.COM PODSACS EXTRA COMPETITION is:
Jayne Fortescue of Edinburgh
Jayne wins a Podsacs Crash Pad and a copy of Ground Up's North Wales Bouldering guidebook.
Jayne said, "Woohoooo! Better get down to North Wales for some bouldering then! Great, you've made my day!"
BUT YOU STILL HAVE A CHANCE TO WIN
The Prize Draw for a Podsacs Super Crash Pad with 5 runner up chalk bag prizes plus a Podsacs bar towel for every winner continues until 1st October 2010.
Go here and enter: http://www.podsacs-climbing.com/index.html
As the leaves begin to turn and the temperature drops we know it's bouldering season.
To mark the return of the best conditions Podsacs are doing a promotion of their bouldering gear and a celebration of climbing ropeless on small rocks.
This is your chance to win a Podsacs Super Crash Pad, a Podsacs Crash Pad, A North Wales Bouldering Guidebook by Simon Panton, chalk bag prizes plus a Podsacs bar towel for every winner.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=2982
There won't be a DMM First Friday Competition this month (September)....BUT we had a word with the very amenable Chris Rowlands at DMM and he said we could do an extra special super duper one next month (October) featuring.........
That was very nice little video ! Nice one
You must have entered the Prize Draw at the Podsacs Microsite to enter this competition.
This time the prize is a Podsacs Crash Pad and a copy of Ground Up's North Wales Bouldering guidebook.
To enter, list the seven named problems featured in the Podsacs North Wales Bouldering video below and send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date 12th September 2010.
Elsewhere on the site
2014 has been a bumper year for climbing publications. Here's a few of the ones that we have either read, or ones that we... Read more
The British climbing scene is very exciting at the moment. It is quite clear that as a sport it is developing at a rapid rate and... Read more
Nick Livesey discovered the mountains of Snowdonia over a decade ago and finally moved there a year and a half ago, quitting a... Read more