Hike Banff and Raise $25K for Your Chosen Charity
Here is your chance to hike some of the most beautiful and iconic peaks surrounding your Banff hotel AND raise money and awareness for your charity of choice!
Banff Lake Louise Tourism announced their latest incentive to experience the World’s finest National Park. Just in time to kick off the summer hiking season at your hotel in Banff, outdoor adventurers across Canada and the United States are invited to compete in this unique opportunity to enjoy some of Canada’s classic hiking, while raising awareness and funds for a charitable cause.
How to Enter: The Banff National Park Big Mountain Challenge opens up to contestants on June 11, 2012, when entrants will be asked to share a photo on Facebook showing how they are preparing for this epic challenge. The winner will be selected based on their creativity and their ability to collect 'votes' on a special contest site, www.bllt.ca/bmc
The successful challenger will be announced on August 3, 2012 and be given two weeks to raise pledges of support to be matched up to $5000. Upon completing the three summits in seven days, the challenger will earn a guaranteed $15,000 for their charity of choice and up to an additional $10,000 based on pledges.
- The Banff National Park Big Mountain Challenge will take place August 27 through September 4, 2012.
- The total prize package for travel to Banff National Park includes
- Round-trip airfare for two to Calgary, Alberta and transportation to Banff National Park.
- Eight nights' luxury accommodation at The Fairmont Banff Springs and The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.
- Spa treatments at the exclusive Willow Stream Spa at The Fairmont Banff Springs.
- Certified Mountain Guides for all three hikes
- A Parks Canada Discovery Pass.
Looking to join the competition? Click here for full details on how to enter the race and potentially earn up to $25k for your chosen charity.
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