COMPETITION: 150 Petzl Ultimate caps mailed out EXTRA COMP

by Michael Ryan Aug/2011
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The Petzl Bug, 24 kbPetzl Bug Rucksack

Thank you to everyone who entered.

Your Petzl Ultimate Caps have now been mailed out to you; to all 150 winners!

SECOND CHANCE TO WIN...Five Petzl Bug Rucksacks

Once you have received your Petzl Ultimate Cap get someone to take a photo of you in it, preferably out at the crag and upload it to the UKClimbing.com Photo Competition page.

The subjects of the best five photos, as judged by Andy Kirkpatrick, will each receive a Petzl Bug Rocksack. Deadline is 15th October.

UPLOAD YOUR PIC HERE to the Competition Gallery.


Getu4, 192 kb© Laurent DE LA FOUCHARDIERE/Petzl

In October Petzl are running a RocTrip to the Gétû Valley located in southwest China, see this UKC News report for full details: VIDEO/PHOTO Slide Show: Petzl RocTrip Gétû Valley, China

Team Petzl members like Chris Sharma, Steve McClure and Lynn Hill will be climbing with locals and anyone who can make it on over 250 routes that have been established by a crack team of route setters over the last year.

To mark this occasion Petzl have made limited edition caps, the Petzl Ultimate Cap. They are available in white with a pink lining and discoverable graphic for women, and charcoal gray with a blue lining and discoverable graphic for men.

We have 150 of these caps to give away.

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How To Win A Petzl Ultimate Cap?

All you have to do is fill in the form below and answer the question relating to the photograph of a climber on a route at the Gétû Valley in China.

This competition has now closed.

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