WINNER: Win a Winter Climbing Package with Abacus Mountain Guides

by Jöttnar Jan/2014
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Competition now closed. The winner was alpinebutterfly who wins a 5 day course with Mike Pescod of Abacus Mountain Guides.


Abacus Mountaineering, 25 kb
Win a five-day one-on-one winter climbing package with Mike Pescod of Abacus Mountain Guides, courtesy of Jöttnar.

Whether you’re new to the Scottish mountains or an experienced

Jottnar, 28 kb
winter climber looking to push your grade, we’re proud to have partnered with Mike Pescod of Abacus Mountain Guides to offer the chance to win a five-day one-on-one tuition and guiding package in the Scottish Highlands.

Smith's Route - a Ben Nevis Classic, 177 kbSmith's Route - a Ben Nevis Classic
© Mike Pescod

Mike Pescod of Abacus Mountaineering, 96 kbMike Pescod
Mike is the author of ‘Winter Climbs – Ben Nevis and Glen Coe’, as well as being a volunteer member of Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team.  He is a full-time IFMGA guide with an in-depth knowledge of the climbs, weather and conditions of the North West Highlands.  He is also a member of the Jöttnar Pro Team and has been closely involved in the trialling and development of the gear within our range. 

The package will run from 17-21 March 2014 where the longer days and the build-up of a season’s-worth of ice will allow you to get the most out of this special opportunity.

To enter the competition, please answer the following question: 

This competition has now closed.

The prize offered is the provision of five days of guiding and tuition.  The associated travel and subsistence costs of the package are not included in the prize.  The date of the package is fixed.    


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