Fastpacking Gear Contest

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Big Agnes and Trail Runner know there are some steep passes, long trails and big hills to tackle in your outdoor adventures


Go to our contest page and, in 250 words or less, tell us about your favorite trail or mountain range to fastpack or trail run and you’ll be entered to win a Big Agnes Fastpacking Package. Prize includes shipping to anywhere in the USA.

Package Includes:

Five-year subscription to Trail Runner – $100 value.

Big Agnes Scout UL2 tent (uses trekking poles for tent support). This tent weighs only 1 lb 9 oz. MSRP $299.95

Big Agnes Lost Lake SL 30 bag. MSRP $279.95

Big Agnes Clearview pad.MSRP  $49.95

Helinox Passport Series TL130 trekking poles. MSRP $149.95

Contest ends Sept. 1. We will announce the winner on Trail Runner’s Facebook page on Sept. 2.


About Big Agnes
Named for a peak in the nearby Mt. Zirkel Wilderness, Big Agnes®, Inc. is located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and produces award-winning sleeping bags, pads, tents, and insulated apparel. Big Agnes is the exclusive distributor of Helinox trekking poles and camp furniture in the Americas and was recently named to Outside magazine’s “2013 Best Places to Work” list. For more information, visit or call 1-877-554-8975.


Trail Runner is the only magazine dedicated to trail running. Our mission is to provide stories and images that inform, entertain and inspire readers of all ages and abilities to enjoy the outdoors and improve their health and fitness through the sport of trail running. If it involves off-road running, including racing, fastpacking and snowshoeing, expect to read about it in Trail Runner.

One entry per person. Contest not open to employees of Big Agnes or its subsidiaries or Big Stone Publishing employees. Prizes will be shipped to U.S. addresses only.

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