December 2017 Trek Photographer Of The Month

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December 2017 Trek Photographer Of The Month

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By Sneha Rao

2018-01-01

We invite you to participate in the December 2017 Trek Photographer of the Month contest! This contest is exclusive to Indiahikes trekkers who have trekked with us in December 2017.

Our judge will select three winners for this contest – One Grand Prize Winner, two runners up. We also have a Trekkers’ Choice Award.

The meadows on the Brahmatal trek covered in snow. Picture by Kasturi Sule

This month, the Winner gets a voucher of Rs. 5,000 as the grand prize. You can avail this voucher on any of your future treks with Indiahikes.

The First Runner Up gets a Trek Voucher of Rs.3,000 and the Second Runner Up gets a Trek Voucher of Rs.2,000.

We also have a Trekker’s Choice Award, where our trekkers choose their favourite shot through a poll. The winner gets a Goodie Bag by Indiahikes!

Rules

1. Maximum of 5 photo submissions per person

E-mail your photo entries to contest@indiahikes.com. The last date for entries is 24th January 2017.

Regarding copyright: Copyright for all images submitted as a participant remains with the respective photographers. However, each photographer grants a worldwide, irrevocable, perpetual licence to Indiahikes to feature any or all of the submitted images in any of their publications, their websites and/or in any promotional material connected to this competition.

Results will be announced on February 1st, 2018.

Bloggers Alert!

If you’re writing a blog post about your trek, send it over to us! We will share it on our social media channels and if we deem it suitable for our website, we will publish the same. Let the whole trekking community read what you have to say about your trek.

Send your blog post to swathi@indiahikes.in.

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Sneha Rao

About the author

Sneha is an erstwhile HR professional from Bangalore, now living in Mumbai. She has trekked several trails in Uttarakhand, Karnataka, Kerala and Meghalaya. She holds the Green Trails idea close to her heart and enjoys researching and writing about the environment.