The entries were diverse. There were clips with an environmental message, bouldering, ice climbing, hill walking, crack climbing, multi-pitch, deep water soloing, historical, sport climbing, relationships, reminiscing, building a snowman and even one that featured a climbing machine that could actually produce art.
This week Hugh Harris of Marmot UK , award-winning filmmaker Alastair Lee of Posing Productions and myself will be judging the entries. The prizes are: First Prize: £500 of Marmot Gear and two second prizes of £250.00 of Marmot Gear each. Everyone who entered will win a spot prize.
We have collated all the entries into three articles for your viewing pleasure, and you can comment on them on the thread associated with this news report. Clink on the links below.
Jorg Verhoeven and Katha Saurwein continue in their mission to tick Australia's bucket list climbs, visiting the Grampians... Read more
45 year-old Keswick-based climber Duncan Booth is a familiar name to many, having been an active climber in the... Read more