What’s your Mountopia? To us, a Mountopia is a dream one has of the mountains. Whether it’s making it to the summit or face, or taking on a challenging mountain expedition, you can do it, and we want to help you get there. Join the challenge and win one of four spots for the ultimate speed mountaineering project with Dynafit. The goal: climb the highest summits of Austria, South Tyrol and Germany in just three days!
01Build your Profile
May 14th – June 3rd: Sign up, create your profile and show why you are the right one for this unforgettable experience. Share your profile with your friends and convince them to vote you into the 2nd round.
June 18th – July 8th: The 10 participants with the best profiles will be selected by our jury to compete in the final challenge. The final challenge will be 3 weeks long, and consists of various activities that the 10 best participants will compete against each other in.
July 23rd: Four out of the 10 finalists will be selected for the Mountopia adventure. From September 13th to 16th, these finalists will then have the opportunity to climb 3 summits, in 3 days, in 3 countries with a team of Dynafit athletes and Mountain Guides.
This is Mountopia 2018
On top of Großglockner in Austria, Ortler in Italy and Zugspitze in Germany – 3 mountains in just 3 days. All you need is endurance, physical fitness, fighting spirit, team mentality and mountain experience. These 3 days will be challenging. They will be tough and they will push your physical limits, but in the end, they will be worth it.
What you win.
You will win a 3-day speed mountaineering tour (guided by mountain guides) and everything in-between. Dynafit will cover travel expenses and all accommodations during the 3-day event, plus food, drinks and support from mountain guides. In addition to the 3 day guided tour, the winners will also receive a big surprise package of Dynafit gear and apparel. The event will happen from September 13th – 16th, 2018.
Chris fulfilled his dream, his Mountopia
TENZING-HILLARY EVEREST MARATHON – “It was as if I suddenly hit a wall – all at once, all of the stress and strain of recent days caught up with me. That, combined with the altitude and the unfamiliar food. Overwhelmed I had to stop and vomit every 30 meters. My stomach was in knots and my knees wobbled like old rubber bands. Still, giving up was not an option, and so I fought through it. But, wait, watch the movie to see the whole story!”