Berghaus are looking for keen outdoor bloggers (who want free kit) to blog for them on their website. These Everyday Adventurers will appear alongside the Berghaus-sponsored team of world class athletes.
You don't need to have the talent of Leo Houlding to apply; Everyday Adventurers are just ordinary people doing what they love in the outdoors, and keen to blog about it. Maybe you're working through the Wainwrights, or ticking every climb in Classic Rock; or perhaps you're heading off trekking in Nepal? Whatever you're up to Berghaus are keen to hear about it.
If you're passionate about the outdoors and want to share your adventures with the world then all you need to do is email them with a photo and 100 words about why Berghaus should choose you. Lucky applicants will get to blog for a month on www.berghaus.com, and for their hard work they'll also receive some great gear to help them get outdoors:
'Applications are being accepted for the rest of 2012' says David Coombes of Berghaus, 'so enter now and good luck!'
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