Win tickets to stream 2020 Banff Mountain Film Festival tour

Walkhighlands has teamed up with the Banff Mountain Film Festival to offer two lucky winners passes to watch an evening of adventure films from the comfort of your sofa.

From the Film “The Running Pastor ” (Photo: Will Saunders)

With many 2020 tour dates cancelled, the films have been packaged into the two evening programmes and will be available to stream on dates in October at £10. Two registered members of Walkhighlands will be drawn at random to win a free pass to the film evening of your choice. Not a Walkhighlands member? Membership is free and allows you to use the Walkhighlands forum, 1:25k OS mapping, log your hills climbed and islands visited, and receive the monthly newsletter – sign up here.

“It’s time to get psyched for your next adventure, and we’re thrilled to be presenting the Banff Mountain Film Festival 2020 Tour in this exciting new format!” says tour director Nell Teasdale.

“As well as the epic films from the 2020 Banff tour, viewers will have access to exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from the tour and top adventure film-makers,” she continues. “Our legendary prize draw for goodies from leading outdoor brands will happen live on the night, and there will be lots of bonus content for the audience to explore in our virtual foyer too.”

The two film programmes will be screened on 6 and 13th October at 7.30pm, with audience members invited to explore the virtual foyer from 6.30pm, where they can download the tour magazine, enter the prize draw and much more. The show will be available for 48 hours afterwards as well.

Register with Walkhighlands for your chance to win – please note, your details will not be shared with Banff or any other third party. If you already a member, you will be included automatically in the draw. The winners will be drawn on 2 October.

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