Each month, we have a drawing for our gear giveaway, and one lucky challenger scores. Sometimes the gear is practical. Other times it's funny. All registered challengers are eligible to win, but you must be signed up for a current challenge.
Here are our 2019 Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge gear giveaway winners (updated monthly):
NorCal Challenger Bridgette Fargo won a copy of the book Epic Hikes of the World from Lonely Planet, to help inspire her next big adventure.
NorCal Challenger Marie Phelps won the coveted Six-Pack of Peaks Summit Flag, to fly high on her peak hikes.
New England Challenger Deborah Scribner won a TOAKS 450ml titanium cup, perfect for a refreshing drink on the trail and only 2.5 ounces.
SoCal Challenger Richard Hollenbeck won a Sawyer Mini Water Filtration System. It's a great way to filter water from streams, lakes, and springs and make it safe to drink.
Colorado Rockies Challenger Bryan Brown won the coveted and rare Six-Pack of Peaks Bucket Hat, and just in time for those sunny summer days.
SoCal Challenger Kaye T won a reusable, BPA-free Leave No Trace Nalgene water bottle. Perfect refreshment and the seven LNT principles are printed on the side.
Arizona Summer Challenger Holly Hovious won a Mountainsmith Cooler Tube. It's an insulated sleeve with a sling strap that (not coincidentally) carries a six-pack. How apros pos!
Colorado Rockies challenger Lisa Holt won a BioLite Headlamp. It's got a slimline fit, 330 lumens and is USB rechargeable. It's also one of the 10 essentials.
Our September winner is SoCal challenger (and finisher!) Julie Fox. She won a 24-oz standard mouth Hydro Flask double wall vacuum insulated stainless steel bottle.
Chris Kackman has completed three challenges in 2019: SoCal, NorCal and Central Oregon. His name was drawn in our October giveaway, winning two sets of Six-Pack of Peaks coasters.
Do you have an outdoor product that we should consider for our monthly giveaways? Let's talk!