COMPETITION: Win1 of 3 Crux AX Rucksacks

by Crux/Lightwave 17/Apr/2017
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As the summer approaches hopefully the alpinists amongst you will be gravitating towards snowy summits in the Alps and beyond. To help get you in the mood Crux are giving three lucky climbers the chance to win one of our AX rucksacks in the size and colour of your choice.

Old Man of Hoy , 219 kb

Available in five sizes, the AX rucksacks are lightweight, classic alpine sacks made from an exceptionally tough Dyneema/Cordura ripstop fabric. They share the same features and comfortable carrying system as the AK rucksacks and represent outstanding value for money.

AX35, 89 kbAX35
© Crux

AX45, 84 kbAX45
© Crux

Since launching the AX range in 2015 climbers have taken the packs to mountains all over the world. A few of them have been kind enough to share their photographs with Crux.

To win your own AX pack all you have to do is identify the four mountains pictured below.

Crux Mountain 1, 105 kb

Crux Mountain 2, 144 kb

Crux Mountain 3, 100 kb

Crux Mountain 4, 71 kb

 

This competition closes on Tuesday, 2nd May

This competition is only open to registered users

Please Register as a New User or Login as Existing User to enter

Q1: What are the names of the mountains pictured above?

- This competition is only open to registered users at UKClimbing.com and UKHillwalking.com.
- The winners will be notified by email.
- You must include a full name and functioning address.
- Prizes will only be posted to a UK or Ireland address.
- The winners' names will be announced on this page after the competition has closed. You can find winners of all our competitions by going to the Competition page and checking previous competitions with the word WINNER(S) in the title.

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