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50 Pairs of Bridgedale TrailBlaze Socks To Be Won Winners

Thank you very much to everyone who entered.

The answers. Well if you are familiar with the Lake District it should have been straightforward.

The highest peak in the photograph is Helvellyn (950 m - 3,117 ft), the tarn is Red Tarn and Bridgedale socks are made in Strangford Lough, Newtownards, near Belfast in Northern Ireland.

The 25 winners who will all receive two pairs of Bridgedale TrailBlaze Socks are:

1. Rosie from Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria

2. Richard Matthias from the Wirral.

3. Ash Mellor from Hadfield, Derbyshire.

4. Duncan Steen from Cambridge.

5. Matt Schwarz from Lakeside, Cumbria.

6. Peter Hill from Penrith, Cumbria.

7. Mark from Yarm, Stockton on Tees.

8. Dominic Chapman from Lindfield, Haywards Heath.

9. Mark McDonald from Luton.

10. Adam Jeffs from Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria.

11. Sam James from Starcross, Exeter.

12. Ben Wood from Shelf, Halifax

13. Chris Steven from East Kilbride, Glasgow.

14. Paul Lucas from Leeds.

15. Mike Jepson from Macclesfield, Cheshire.

16. Laurence Dowell from Hexham, Northumberland.

17. William Birchenough from Stretford, Manchester.

18. Steve Clegg from Milford, Belper.

19. Andrew Barnes from Haxby, York.

20. Douglas Hamilton from Bristol.

21. Davy Wright from Cambuslang, Glasgow.

22. Anna Coulson from Rawdon, Leeds.

23. Chris Lucas from Newquay, Cornwall.

24. Vivienne Ballard from Rotherham.

25. Claire Calverley from Newcastle.

Bridgedale 2 Bridgedale (www.bridgedale.com) have introduced a new line of socks, TrailBlaze which are designed to be worn with lighter more breathable footwear in warmer conditions and during more fast moving activities: hiking in the Summer, adventure racing or training in doors.

TrailBlaze socks are a mid to high boot sock featuring a hybrid construction providing excellent protection and venting exactly where it is needed. T2 anti-compression technology has been extended to compliment modern lightweight boots. Mesh side and underfoot panel aids breathability and our WoolFusion® construction helps wick away any moisture for day long comfort.

Fibre Content:

  • 37% Nylon / polyamide
  • 31% Merino wool / Laine merino
  • 31% Endurofil® / polypropylene
  • 1% Lycra® / elastane

Bridgedale TrailBlaze Socks  © Bridgedale
Bridgedale TrailBlaze Socks
© Bridgedale

We have 50 Pairs of Bridgedale TrailBlaze Socks to be won in this week's competition. All you have to do is answer the three questions below - two relating to the photograph. Fill in the form with your answers, with your name, address and shoe size. Entries in by Wednesday, 8th June.

photo
Bridgedale Competition Photo
© Ice Nine

This competition has now closed.

25 people win!

25 people with the correct answers will win two pairs of Bridgedale TrailBlaze Socks!



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31 May, 2011
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1 Jun, 2011
Morons... It's Cotopaxi. The crater in the centre of the shot is a dead giveaway.
6 Jun, 2011
Took me a while to realise this is actually Snowdon, the Tarn is the giveaway
It's Bleaklow stoooopid!
6 Jun, 2011
isn't it eyjafjallajokull? trick question on the tarn, it's actually a lava lake photo processed to look like water.
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