The North Face just added even more prizes to its mega-cool Peak2Park virtual competition

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The North Face athlete Tatum Monod shredding in Japan. Photo courtesy of The North Face.

Earlier this season, we announced the awesome news that The North Face is holding a virtual contest dubbed Peak2Park (read all about it, here). Today, we’re stoked to announce the contest has even more prizes up for grabs, much thanks to a partnership with CLIF Bar.

In addition to the existing $65,000 worth of prizes the contest already had, The North Face just added the following:

  • King & Queen of the Mountain Award, presented by CLIF Bar: The King and Queen of the Mountain Award honors the all-around skier who can go big in the park, while also laying it down off-piste. The stand-out video submissions of one male and one female skier who participate in both the All Mountain Open Series (AMOS) and the Park and Pipe Open Series (PPOS) will receive $1,500 cash and one-year supply of CLIF Bar product.
  • Mountain Maven Award, presented by CLIF Bar: CLIF Bar and The North Face partner to create a women’s-specific Grand Prize given to one female Peak2Park competitor who has competed in either the Park and Pipe Open Series or the All Mountain Open Series. The winner will be chosen by a panel of professional freeski/snowboard female athletes for her standout performance, style and creativity. The Mountain Maven winner will accompany The North Face on an all expense paid trip to film and shred with pro athletes on The North Face brand team.
  • It really doesn’t get a whole lot better than this, folks. So make sure to enter the contest and get a shot at some of these wildly-cool prizes before it’s too late.

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    $65,000 in prizes available in The North Face’s reinvented video competition, Peak2Park

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