#G3getHIGHER Contest Winner

G3 and our friends at Kootenay and Coast Mountain Culture would like to extend a huge thanks to everyone who participated in the #G3getHIGHER contest. 

Every backcountry skier and rider has their own reason for committing to this relentless pursuit of winter adventure. G3 and our friends at Kootenay and Coast Mountain Culture take pride in holding everything to a HIGHER standard of design and experience, so that you can get the most out your precious winter in the mountains. Whether it's peak bagging, exploring new zones, overhead powder or fun with friends, we asked to see your season HIGHlight.

Congratulations

Congratulations Zachariah Mills! Your mulitple entries and commitment to snow hunting amidst another drought winter has earned you the contest Grand Prize - your choice of G3 skis or a G3 splitboard. 

Finding good snow on a 4th consecutive drought year in the Eastern Sierra.
Zachariah Mills
Finding good snow on a 4th consecutive drought year in the Eastern Sierra.
Finding good snow on a 4th consecutive drought year in the Eastern Sierra.
Zachariah Mills

Honourable Mentions

Erik Mauer had plenty of impressive and inspiring entries to share, as did Christoph Oberschneider and several other entrants. Here are some more gems to share. Thanks again to all the entries, and stay tuned for more ways to score gear from G3 this spring. 

Rich climbing above the clouds on a "dreary" December day.
Alex Gibbs
Rich climbing above the clouds on a "dreary" December day. Entrant: Alex Gibbs
Climbing up a steep & icy north wall in the Austrian Alps - a highlight that brought me closer to my personal limits than ever before. I was scared shitless, but loved it!
Christoph Oberschneider
"Climbing up a steep & icy north wall in the Austrian Alps - a highlight that brought me closer to my personal limits than ever before. I was scared shitless, but loved it!" Entrant: Christoph Oberschneider
After an 8 hour slog to get up into the alpine, the bootpack up Rethel Couloir was a piece of cake. Sometimes you just have to do whatever it takes to get higher.
Erik Mauer
"After an 8 hour slog to get up into the alpine, the bootpack up Rethel Couloir was a piece of cake. Sometimes you just have to do whatever it takes to get higher." Entrant: Erik Mauer
My friend, Dakota Schlag, and I explored a number of ski resorts around the Nagano area in Japan for a month. This particular moment was captured in Hakuba when we realized we had stumbled upon some of the greatest slackcountry we had ever seen.
Cam Browne
"My friend, Dakota Schlag, and I explored a number of ski resorts around the Nagano area in Japan for a month. This particular moment was captured in Hakuba when we realized we had stumbled upon some of the greatest slackcountry we had ever seen." Entrant: Cam Browne
Getting up so early was worth it ...
Thomas Lemmerer
"Getting up so early was worth it..." Entrant: Thomas Lemmerer

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