Happy Christmas: The Winners of the Competitionsby Mick Ryan - Senior Editor - UKC Dec/2011
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Eight pre-Christmas competitions, 36 chances to win, over £2,500 in prizes (UKC News).
This has been a great year for competitions at UKClimbing.com and UKHillwalking.com, with 34 competitions in total. A huge thanks to everyone who entered and of course the companies who advertise and support the UK's best mountain sport websites and donated the prizes. It is much appreciated. Thank you.
The answers to the questions and the winners of the eight pre-Christmas competitions are all below. We hope you all put the kit to good use out on the hill and mountain, especially with all this lovely wintery weather we have been experiencing.
Have a great Christmas and if you didn't win there are more competitions in January, and one over the Christmas break.
The Fusion ice tool is compatible with all Black Diamond Picks but which pick is intended for ice climbing only?
The correct answer is the laser pick.
The lucky winner of the The Black Diamond Fusion ice tools, worth £400 is: Sarah Krahenbuhl of Staffordshire.
'Outdoor Research products are guaranteed forever.'
What is that guarantee called? The correct answer is The Infinite Guarantee.
Which states: "We believe so strongly in the quality of what we make that if, at anytime, our product fails to meet your needs, we are happy to exchange or return it. Because of this solid belief, our products are guaranteed forever and are designed with this in mind. Your total satisfaction in our product is our goal."
The winners of the three pairs of the Outdoor Research Warrant gloves are:
Sian Hughes of Bangor, Gwynedd.
Scott Townson of Loughborough, Leicestershire.
Ruaidhri Murphy of Carrigrohane, Co. Cork.
The winners of the Outdoor Research Wind Warrior hats are:
Sophie Cameron-Mitchell of Bushmills, County Antrim
Ben Roberts of Worksop, Nottinghamshire
Simon McElroy of Kendal, Cumbria
Cari Evans of Llanfynydd, Carmarthen
Dave Girling of Fakenham, Norfolk.
Alison Banwell of the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge
Murdoch Jamieson of Tain Ross - Shire
Jamie Langler of Buckfastleigh, Devon.
Lucy Blake of Goostrey, Cheshire
Jennie Richardson of Llanberis, Gwynedd.
What is the name of the ice axe attachment system on the Lowe-Alpine Alpine Attack rucksacks?
The answer(s)? The Headlocker axe attachment system or the WebCatcher system, or both.
The winners are:
Michael Chan of London and Sarah Anderson of Langdale, Cumbria.
Name one of the materials that the Arc'teryx Atom LT Hoody is made from?
The answer could have been one of the following:
Polartec® Power Stretch® with Hardface® Technology
Luminara™—Nylon weave fabric with wind and water repellant coating
60 gm/m² Coreloft™ insulation
The winner is Rachel Slater of Rusholme, Manchester.
Which wall, at 24.5m, is the tallest in England? The answer is Kendal Wall, aka the Lakeland Climbing Centre.
The winners are:
Quite simple this one. All you had to do was 'like' the Beyond Hope Facebook page, if you are registered at Facebook of course.
Here are the lucky winners.
Graham Fellows of Exeter wins a Metolius Recon Pad, Evolv Shoes and a prAna chalk bag.
The following four climbers each win a Metolius Bailout Crash pad and an Evolv Bouldering Bucket
Tom Priestley of Barrow-in-Furness.
Peter Bowen of Cheltenham.
Nick Fowlds of Swansea.
Sarah Yates of Sheffield.
The following five climbers each win a Metolius Simulator Fingerboard and an Evolv Chalk Bag.
Joe Elliot of Bangor
Chris Moor of Nottingham
James Blake of Derby
Chris Thornton of Huddersfield
Rosie Wilson of Bristol
Q1. How many separate air beams make up the frame of The Cave? Answer: 5
Q. If you won The Cave, where would you take it, and what would you do there?
This is what the winner David Thexton from York said: 'This summer I am planning a trip to the Dolomites with a friend to set up some new high lines. We are also in the process of producing a film showcasing all forms of slacklining, from really exposed high lines to flips and tricks on jib lines. One of the shots we would really like to get is the first crevasse high line and the Cave would be a perfect light weight base camp for such an expedition. ",
Dave will be submitting a review of the The Cave by Heimplanet in 2012.
1. What is the BTU output of the new Muka stove? 15,800 BTU
2. What is the weight of the Micro Regulator stove? 2.6 oz.(73g)
3. What is the approximate burn time for the Compact lantern? Burns approx.1.4 hours with mantle. 2 hours as a candle.
Dave O'Brien of Bristol wins a Muka Stove and 700ml fuel bottle, worth £175
Chris Holloway of Stoke on Trent wins a Micro Regulator Stove, worth £75
Pauline Kell of Edinburgh wins a Compact Refillable Lantern and Fill Adaptor, worth £71
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