Ger­many’s high­est places

Country Walking Magazine (UK) - - The View -

Fancy win­ning your­self an all-ex­penses-paid seven-night trip to climb Ger­many’s high­est moun­tain, gaze across the cold­est lake in the coun­try and visit an idyl­lic Bavar­ian cas­tle, plus try out the brand-new Fu­tura Pro ruck­sack? Well, it re­ally couldn’t be sim­pler.

Out­door gear man­u­fac­turer Deuter has launched a unique photo com­pe­ti­tion that will send the win­ners on a week-long, once-in-al­ife­time ad­ven­ture in 2019. All you have to do for a chance to win is share your own out­door ad­ven­ture images on so­cial me­dia. Whether it’s walk­ing the dog or climb­ing Ben Ne­vis, ev­ery­one has their own ad­ven­ture and Deuter wants to see it.

The win­ners will visit the high­est and cold­est lake in Ger­many, Fun­tensee (right, above), sum­mit the mighty 2962m Zugspitze (right, be­low) and take in Ger­many’s high­est palace, the 19th cen­tury Neuschwanstein Cas­tle. Re­turn flights and a Deuter Fu­tura Pro ruck­sack are in­cluded too, plus a visit to Deuter’s state-of-the-art HQ in Augs­burg.

Two UK win­ners will be cho­sen in Septem­ber by a se­lect panel of judges of the photo com­pe­ti­tion, along with 12 fur­ther win­ners from six other coun­tries around the world.

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