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31 Days of Giveaways—CMH, Arc’teryx, Anon

Win a seven-day heli ski trip to British Columbia, plus an Arc'teryx kit and Anon goggles

While all good things must come to an end, for 31 Days of Giveaways, we saved the best for last. One grand prize winner will be embarking on a seven-day heli ski trip thanks to our friends at CMH Heli-Skiing. You’ll need a solid kit to take with you, so we’re also throwing in a new jacket and pair of pants from Arc’teryx and goggles from Anon.

Tucked in the picturesque mountains of eastern British Columbia, CMH Bugaboos is the birthplace of heli skiing that has delivered skiers to untouched powder since 1965. From March 31 to April 7, 2018, one lucky winner will find out why people have been flocking to this heaven for over 50 years. Seven days of heli skiing, one night's accommodation at the Calgary Marriot Airport Hotel, and return transportation from the airport to CMH Bugaboo Lodge are all included in the package.

To get you ready for big lines and untouched snow, Arc'teryx is also hooking the winner up with their Rush Jacket and Rush LT Pants. Built for big mountain performance, the Rush Jacket delivers waterproof, windproof protection with comfort and durability. Featuring three-layer Gore-Tex and a myriad of other amazing features, the Rush Jacket will hold up anywhere from groomers at your local mountain to skiing untracked lines in British Columbia. The Rush LT is a low-bib backcountry touring pant with Gore-Tex waterproof protection and incredible comfort and breathability.

In case this all wasn't enough, Anon will be including a pair of goggles for the grand prize winner. Anon's M2 goggle features Magna-Tech Quick Lens Change Technology, which uses 16 rare earth magnets that make lens changes quicker and easier than ever.

There will also be two runner ups for today's grand prize giveaway. The first runner up will receive Arc'teryx's Rush Jacket and Pant combo as well as a pair of Anon M2 goggles, and the second runner up will receive a pair of Anon M2 goggles.

About CMH:

In 1959, our founder, Hans Gmoser, incorporated CMH and began to stake out 11 distinct areas over 3 million acres of snow paradise. Three million acres is immense. That's one-third the size of Switzerland, filled with deep powder, virgin territory, and euphoric runs. Hans' goal was to share the majesty of the natural beauty and thrill of the experience. By 1965, he'd taken his first group on a Heli Skiing tour. We still have extreme passion for exploring jaw-dropping natural beauty with people from all over the world—and finding lifelong friends along the way. For us, safety reigns above all. We're among the most experienced in the world, using the latest proven safety practices and technology.

About Arc'teryx:

Founded by local climbers in 1989, Arc'teryx remains a gathering place of like-minded people. Our Design Centre is a hive, a hands-on think tank of active designers, materials experts, pattern makers and product developers who know what they want, how it will be used and why it has to work.

At Arc'teryx, the goal is to create equipment that enables a person to be immersed in the moment of doing, regardless of external conditions. Simple solutions to complex challenges; this is the essence of minimalism and our philosophy of design. Reducing the effects of weather, streamlining use, and moving efficiently creates a timeless, outdoor experience.

About Anon:

For over a decade, Anon has challenged the competition by pushing the limits of design, style, and technical execution for goggles, helmets, and accessories. Inspired by the demands of the most elite riders in the world, our progressive goggle and helmet design concepts ensure that every Anon product delivers an unparalleled riding experience all while giving every rider the ability to make their own style statement.