Micro Puff Hoody from Patagonia
Prize: Micro Puff Hoody From Patagonia
Our prize for the winner of October’s GreenGreyWhite photo contest will take home a Micro Puff Hoody from Patagonia (in men’s or women’s, your choice of size)!
Be sure to tag us on Instagram (@alpineclubcan) and use #alpineclubofcanada on your images of huts, adventure and the outdoors for a chance to win. Thanks to Patagonia for this great prize.
"Camping" on the edge" at
Bugaboo Provincial Park
by Sean Donovan (@sandon)
Prize:Wicked Wearable Weekend from the ACC
Our winner of September’s GreenGreyWhite photo contest is Sean Donovan (@sndon) who is taking home the ACC’s Wicked Wearable Weekend package: Two nights for two people at any ACC Hut (Value $160), an ACC Icebreaker Merino Tech (Value $100) and an ACC Throwback Icebreaker T-shirt (Value $50)! Congrats, Sean!
Be sure to tag us on Instagram (@alpineclubcan) and use #alpineclubofcanada on your images of huts, adventure and the outdoors for a chance to win! We’re looking forward to tagging along on your summer adventures this month.
Photo by Luke Gibson
Prize:GRIGRI + belay device from Petzl
Congratulations to Luke Gibson (@shotsbyluke) who took first prize in this month’s GGW contest! The prize for August was a GRIGRI + from Petzl. This is an assisted braking device designed for all climbers, for both indoor and outdoor climbing.
Be sure to tag us (@alpineclubcan) and use #alpineclubofcanada on your images of huts, adventure and the outdoors for a chance to win! We’re looking forward to tagging along on your summer adventures this month.
Photo by Matthew Bruhns in
Bugaboo Provincial Park
Prize: Smartwool Horizon Line Wrap or Summit Country Retro SS
The GreenGreyWhite photo contest prize for July is a Horizon Line wrap (for women) or a Summit County Retro SS (for men). Thanks to @smartwool for donating this month’s prize!
Congrats to photographer Matthew Bruhns, the winner of this month’s prize. Matthew’s image of Bugaboo Provincial Park made us want to be there, and nowhere but there, this summer. Way to go, Matt!
June's Winner is @travisfromcanada. Congrats.
Prize:Cool-lite "Travel Pack"
Defeat the heat! Cool-Lite enhances the performance of merino by combining it with TENCEL, a eucalyptus wood fibre, to stay cooler and wick better in extreme heat.
This month’s winner is @travisfromcanada with this epic highline in the Rockies. Travis receives an Icebreaker “Travel Pack” featuring two Cool-Lite shirts of his choice, one pair of merino socks and one pair of merino underwear bottoms.
Thanks to Icebreaker for this great prize pack. Remember to tag us in your images and to use #alpineclubofcanada for a chance to win in July.
Photo by @torpow
Prize: Arc'teryx Atom LT Hoody
This month’s prize is every outdoors-person’s dream layer — an
active-use insulation layer that provides vital core warmth with liberal
mobility and breathability; Coreloft™ insulation in the torso, arms and
hood; side panels and underarms with Polartec® Power Stretch®
and Hardface® Technology, and great stretch mobility and breathability.
the winner of an Atom LT Hoody from Arc’teryx is Tori Powell (@torpow)
with this chilly shot of an alpine dip on the Iceline Trail. Congrats,
Photo by Casey Sullivan (@caseys3)
Prize: The North Face Cinder Pack 55
Another sweet prize from our partner The North Face: this month’s
winner will be rocking’ the back country with an insanely durable 1000D
PU-coated nylon built to withstand the most intense trad climbing
The winner of our photo contest and this awesome prize from The North Face for April is Casey Sullivan with this epic shot from a recent trip to Fairy Meadow. Congrats, Casey!
Photo by @krruby
Prize:Outdoor Reserach Deviator Hoody (M's or W's)
Shoulder season is creeping up on us, but there’s still plenty of
fresh pow stashes to be found all over the country. How are you getting
your fix of Canada’s winter wonders?
Our winner for March is Kim Ruby @krruby. Thanks for all the great submissions this month, everyone!
Prize: Micro Puff Hoody From Patagonia
Who even cares about Valentine’s Day? Whether you’re single or taken,
February is a great a time to get out there and celebrate your love for
the mountains! Thanks for following us at @alpineclubcan and tagging your photos with #alpineclubofcanada in February. We are feelin’ the love!
And the winner of a Mountain Hardwear Ozonic OutDry Waterproof Pack is: Bryce Brown! “Another photo of @ianwelsted riding the new route ‘Blob Blob Blob’. Giddyup!”
We hope you find endless days like this
Due to the holiday season and the National Office closure during the
holidays, there will be no December competition. Please continue to
follow @alpineclubcan and tag your photos #alpineclubofcanada.
We will be featuring some shots through December and over the holidays
to keep inspiring you. Check back in the new year for some great prizes
and shots captured by our dedicated members. Happy Holidays and New
Years from all of us at the ACC.
Novermber Theme: Explore
Photo by @lucas_really
Prize:The North Face Alpine 50L Pack
Exploring is part of what The Alpine Club of Canada and The North Face
have in common and why they’ve been partners for well over 10 years.
Our members go out everyday of the year to expand their horizons and
views to explore themselves and the environment. Capturing photos along
the way and sharing them, helps ignite the same spirit in everyone and @lucas_really is no exception here. So go on, get out there and Never Stop Exploring.
“The rock garden on Mt Allen is 👌
October's Theme: Journey
Photo by @stasher_bc
We all have our Journey and it’s a path that we sometimes travel
alone and other times with partners that help us to our final
destination, known or unknown. Capturing these moments can allow us to
share this journey with others and to remind ourselves where we came
from and what we learned along the way. The Alpine Club of Canada wants
you to share your journey’s with us so that we can see where you’ve been
and where you are headed.
Our newest partner to the ACC family is Smartwool
and they have graciously provided one of their super comfy Smartloft
jackets for this month’s winner of the #GreenGreyWhite photo
“The dawn as we eyed up the most
coveted summit on Vancouver Island , Mt Colonel Foster . 2 peaks stood
in our way that we had to climb before the main summit made for 16hrs of
trad climbing, short roping and endless rappels as rain and fog
attempted to thwart our successful descent. Summiting is optional ~
Descending is Mandatory. I was so relieved to get back to my @bigagnes_ tent and sleep that night. #ExploreBeyondTheUsual | Shot on my @sonyimages @sonyalpha a6000 #journey”.
September's Theme: Serenity
Photo by @malhockey8
Serenity it neither a place nor a feeling, but a state of mind.
Watching our members find this has been a real experience for us and we
need to draw attention to @malhockey87
for capturing this experience with her time up in Lake O’Hara. With the
changing of the seasons, capturing just the right light to effectively
change your perception is a rare achievement. To keep your sight intact
upon this journey Adidas stepped up to protect your eyes with a pair of
the Tycane sunglasses.
“Schaffer lake with Mount Huber in the background from last weekend’s hike #reflection #fallcolours #larch #lakeohara #schafferlake #hiking #hellobc #canadianrockies #unplugged #greengreywhite 📷: @malhockey87”
August theme: Epic
Photo by @at.altitude
We congratulate @at.altitude
for his second winning photo in our #GreenGreyWhite Instagram photo
contest. This image “overlooking Iceberg Lake and Iceberg Peak from the
descent from Mt. Wilbur” is truly Epic and was our unanimous winner in a
month with many strong entries. We envy the places that @at.altitude
explores and captures for us all to enjoy. The prize for this Epic
photo is an Arc’teryx Atom LT Hoody. Thanks to everyone who has
submitted photos and thanks to our great friends at Arc’teryx for
supplying this month’s prize.
July's Theme: Majestic
Photo by @vvalchev
More and more submissions and a very high standard of photos makes
picking our monthly winners harder and harder. Our winner this month is @vvalchev
with this photo that captures the majesty of our mountains. This
month’s prize is two (men’s and women’s) OR Deviator Hoodies. We
appreciate the dedication our members have to getting outside whether
they obtain their objectives or not. Perseverance and love of the
outdoors keeps us all going.
and I were the definition of spontaneous this weekend – we had a new
plan and new mountains to climb just about every 5 minutes. We got
soaked by all the rain ? and didn’t fully conquer a single summit
(originally had four in mind).The closest we got was #YoungsPeak , but ya can’t be mad while witnessing that sunset ☝?okay, maybe just a little bit..? #notgettingsh*tdone July 16, 2016″ ?: @vvalchev
And a special shout out to our friends at Outdoor Research for July’s prize.
June's Theme: Light
Photo by @blake.mcintyre
It was a tough choice with this month’s Light theme but @blake.mcintyre
took home the prize with this fantastic image of the King of the
Mountain. The glow of a setting sun on this magnificent mountain goat
and the contrast between the clouds and mountains captured the beauty
that exists around us at all times, but especially during sunrises and
sun sets. Well done.
“King of the Mountain” @blake.mcintyre
Thanks to our good friends at Mountain Hardwear for supplying this month’s prize – a very cool Rainshadow OutDry 26 backpack..
May's Theme: Vertical
Photo by @travisfromcanada
@travisfromcanada took this month’s prize
with this photo. Fighting against the elements is a full-time job when
it comes to playing outside, and this picture captures that quality in
the worst of it. We commend Travis’ dedication to route development as
he works tirelessly through this snow storm. ACC members aren’t afraid
of a little grey weather.
“#scrubbin‘ some new routes on this steep stand-alone feature we found. Had to dig deep for the psyche to scrub in white out though.” @travisfromcanada
April's Theme: Springtime
Photo by @at.altitude
Congratulations to @at.altitude for a great shot of some early
springtime dedication. What caught our attention was the colour contrast
that the snow and mountains provided with the backdrop of Abraham Lake
in the David Thompson Corridor east of Red Deer, Alberta. The spectrum
of blue in the lake from the melt out of the lake really captures the
beauty that is unique to glacier lakes, no matter their size. We applaud
all our members zest for getting outside in the “shoulder” season. It
goes to show that with some dedication, there’s always adventures to be
“Ascending the final leg of the endless scree/snow gully on Abraham Mountain in the David Thompson wilderness.” @at.altitude.