Win two tickets to the UK premiere of The North Face Speaker Series event
Plus a host of base camp equipment
Wednesday 26 October 2011
The North Face has teamed up with The Independent to celebrate the UK premiere of its The North Face Speaker Series event.
On 17 November, three of the world’s finest mountaineers will tell their epic tale of exploration and courage live on stage. Unaided and without oxygen, The North Face alpinists Cory Richards, Simone Moro and Denis Urubko achieved the first winter ascent of Gasherbrum II in Pakistan, reaching a height of 8035m in extreme, freezing conditions.
Two lucky readers can win tickets to this exclusive event, taking place at the Royal Institute of Great Britain in London.
In addition to hearing their incredible story, winners will receive a set of The North Face Base Camp equipment, all part of the company's athlete-tested and expedition-proven product range. The set will include the Base Camp duffel, Base Camp lumbar, Base Camp travel canister and laptop case.
To enter, fill in your details below.
The classic expedition duffel is a core piece of the Base Camp range, with a volume of 90 litres and rugged double-stitch construction. The main compartment has internal pockets, the straps have an alpine fit and, for added security, the bag features locking zips.
The Lumbar is ideal for all essentials you need to keep to hand. Made of the durable Base Camp material this pack has an adjustable hip belt and two stash pockets.
A storage bag ideal for all travel purposes, the Base Camp travel canister features an internal stash pocket, hanging strap, mirror strap. Finally The North Face laptop case is 15 inches in width with extra padding for vulnerable machines.
For more information on the prizes, click here.
This competition closes on 6 November. Winners to be contacted on 7 November. The Independent's usual competition rules apply.
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