June Challenger Highlights

The end of June marks the halfway point of 2021, and for some areas, it means the snow is finally gone and the trails are open!

Here's a recap of June from the Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge community, with some photo highlights.

June by the Numbers

  • We have 2,685 challengers registered across ten regional challenges
  • Challengers logged 557 hikes in June, hiking over 6,000 miles and climbing over 1.2 million vertical feet
  • Over 10 GB of photos uploaded

June Gear Giveaway Winner

Congratulations to the winner of our June Gear Giveaway, Sonia P. of Thousand Oaks, California. She won a 24 oz Hydro Flask double-wall, vacuum-sealed water bottle.

Remember to opt-in to qualify for each monthly giveaway. Usually there are ways to earn extra entries, too! Look for the link in your member dashboard (you must be logged in to enter).

June Photo Highlights

What was the highlight of your June adventures? Leave a comment below and let us know!

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    1. Sweet! That’s a beautiful section of trail. I love the view of Banner Peak from Thousand Island Lake.

  1. In June, I went to Alaska to backpack the Resurrection Pass Trail with the Outmersive film crew for our upcoming documentary! It was amazing and I definitely recommend Alaska as a great hiking/backpacking destination!

  2. Did a couple of high elevation hikes … Alta Peak in Sequoia National Park and Mt Dana in Yosemite. Mt Dana at 13000 ft was fun going up but quite challenging while coming down the screed terrain.

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