Peak Bagging in Yosemite National Park Giveaway 2023

We have partnered with 10 incredible brands to give you gear fit for bagging peaks in Yosemite National Park!

Win over $3,600 in prizes! There will be two winners, First and Second Place. Enter your email address, name, zip code, and age, and earn additional entries by sharing with friends, following participating brands on Instagram, and completing our Backpacker Type survey! The giveaway will run from May 18 to May 25, 2023.

Enter the Giveaway below, and see what sweet outdoor gear you could win.

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This one’s for the peak baggers, the sunrise summit chasers, and everyone else who enjoys taking in the view from way up high. There’s something special about hiking and climbing your way to the top of the world — that moment you reach the peak is pure bliss.

We want to help you attain that feeling, which is why we’ve partnered with 10 top-tier outdoor brands to make your journey to the summit a little easier, and a lot more fun. Enter the Peak Bagging in Yosemite National Park Giveaway for a chance at over $3,600 in Half Dome-worthy prizes.

Peak Bagging in Yosemite National Park Giveaway

First Place Prizes

ESCAPE Campervans 3-Day Trip

SCARPA Rush 2 Trainer Shoes

Arms of Andes $200 Gift Card

ICEMULE R-Jaunt 20L (Backpack Cooler)

Muscle MX Balms and Energy CBD Gummies

Kahtoola Ultra-tough Gaiters: RENAgaiter Mid and NAVAgaiter GTX

Kiva Outdoors Black 30L BMPV2 Backpack

GLADE Freestone Sunglasses + Case

Cold Case Gear $100 Gift Card

Vapur $100 Digital Gift Card

Second Place Prizes

ESCAPE Campervans 3-Day Trip

SCARPA Rush 2 Trainer Shoes

Muscle MX Balms and Energy CBD Gummies

Kahtoola Ultra-tough Gaiters: RENAgaiter Mid and NAVAgaiter GTX

Kiva Outdoors Red 30L BMPV2 Backpack

GLADE Cary Sunglasses + Case

Cold Case Gear $100 Gift Card

Vapur $100 Digital Gift Card

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Arthur McMahon

Arthur loves to walk. It's as simple as that. He believes walking is the best way to experience the world. Thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail was his first backpacking foray, and he hasn't stopped since. Follow his adventures and stories on Instagram.

33 responses to “Peak Bagging in Yosemite National Park Giveaway 2023

  1. I’m Indonesian Mountaineer will going to Yosemite this June-July for climbing the Nose of El Capitan. I hope i will got the prizes of 3-day trip ny campervan..

  2. William Parkssays:

    I’m ready to hike ANYWHERE!
    I HOPR TO WIN!!!
    Bill Parks
    Drummers For Jesus

  3. Eric Morrisonsays:

    Thank you for this opportunity

  4. Mark Chadwicksays:

    “AWESOME GIVEAWAY,” thanks for the entries!!!

  5. Leesays:

    Great Giveaway

  6. Bill Fingletonsays:

    Awesome event! Love all the brands!
    Thank you

  7. leslie klinesays:


  8. William Duonolasays:

    Great offer. Have all your shoes for all my activities.

  9. George Wilcoxsays:

    no comment


    Wow I’ve always wanted to see Yosemite and we love adventure ! What a terrific giveaway and just what we need right now

  11. Thanks for having this!
    I’ll repost to my friends!
    Most of them live rurally and are outdoor types!
    Have a great day!

  12. WOW, what fun to hike & camp in Yosemite National Park…back to Nature at its best!!!

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  14. A.B. Marshallsays:

    would love to win and see Yosemite National Park in this lifetime!

  15. Tiffaniesays:

    WOW! So many rad, quality gifts! I went on a solo, month-long mtb roadtrip and had to pass up Yosemite due to the snowfall.
    I cannot wait to revisit!

  16. Shawn William Donovansays:

    I the hike, climb in Yosemite. This would be one off the bucket list for sure.

  17. MIKE BRAUNsays:


  18. Larry Milligansays:

    Kool Stuff! Ready to take the next Step! Thanks for the opportunity!


  19. Chad Bergquistsays:

    It would be great to win

  20. sherriesays:

    great for hiking App trail!

  21. christine burdsays:

    Thanks for the opportunity to win this

  22. Billy Wilsonsays:

    teathered to 50 foot o2 hose.

  23. Well, I Do Some Day Hiking.. However, It’s Photographing Wildlife, In Natural Habitats That Has interested Our Family Group Over The Years. There Doesn’t Seem To Be As Much Interest In Preserving Wild-Life These Days, Because Nature Studies Arent Often Taught In The Elementary School Grades, As They Once Were Taught. Many Children Have Little Or No Knowledge About Even The Wildlife Present In The Area In Which They Reside. It Was Normal For My Dad To Get Us Up At 5:00 AM To Gather-UP “Bait-Ball, Chicken Livers & Night -Crawler Worms To Go Morning”Cat-Fishing. At That Time, The River was So Clean & Clear That One Could See The Rocks In Its Bottom. And, We Young Ones Once Brought Home A Few “Mud-Kittens” And Returned Them, To The Same Location Little River-Spot, The Next Day., Like The Kids All Used To Do. .We Were SO Elated, Back Then, When We Got To Turn-IN Our Little Bamboo “Kiddy Fishing Poles” For “Real ZebCo Rod & Reel-Type Fishing Gear”.
    And, The Proper Preparation Of “Freshly-Caught”, The Secret Formula, Batter-Breaded CatFish Permeated Our Saturday Summer-Brunch-Time Home. A Couple Of Foraging Chicken Hawks, Perched Upon A Building Or A Wooden Fence-Top, Then, In Our Little City, Was Not UN-Common. Folks KNEW NOT To Mess With Them. Fussy Bluejays, Stately Cardinals & Tiny Work-A-Holic Mother Wrens Frequently Måde Their Nests In Our Neighborhood Trees. And, A Spring “Wake-UP, For School”, Found The Morning Air Wreaking With The Smell From The Thatches Of Daffodils Or Narcissus Bulbs In Full Bloom. Those Were The Days!!

  24. I Already Posted The Required Comments. They Appear ABOVE This Spot.

  25. The City Area, In Which We Live , Was Once Replete With WildLife. Some Of That Is Gone Now, With a increased Urbanization. It’s Nice To See Your WildLife & Nature Study Interests.

  26. John P Barkleysays:

    I haven’t been to Yosemite since I was a teenager and I’m in my mid-60s. What a wonderful trip!

  27. Jill Brycesays:

    Since I’ve of the a time a time .
    And, it good, deep,

  28. Jennifersays:

    Wow! Thank you to ALL the companies who support this incredible giveaway! Thank you for giving us all the opportunity to win such amazing prizes!

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  30. Priscillasays:

    this is a once in a lifetime opportunity for me. I was diagnosed with cancer at the beginning of the Covid shutdown. I am presently cancer-free, and embracing all the wonder that life offers. I’m planning a cross-country trip, to walk and hike the natural beauty of the world. I’ll be photographing my way through – and blogging, vlogging, and podcasting.

  31. Sam Kettlesays:

    Best of luck to everybody!

  32. Amanda Santersays:

    Would love to win!

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