Dreamlines Photo

Where’s your DREAMLINE?

Pillow drops as far as the eye can see, a remote couloir knifing through a granite peak, endless billowing pow in a Japanese forest, a natural big mountain playground, the secret spot in your home mountains, or the hidden gem in a far off distant range these are the lines that dreams are made of ….Welcome to Karakoram Dreamlines.

So much goes into making a dreamline a reality from the initial emotional connection to dropping in and shredding it from top to bottom. The planning, the approach and ascent, topping out, the initial “drop in” moment, looking back at your line painting the snowy canvas making your dreamline reality. We want to hear your stories.

This year Karakoram is proud to announce a one of a kind unique photo and video contest -KARAKORAM DREAMLINES. This will be your chance to showcase your Dreamline, show and tell the world.

Photo Contest

Photo Submission Dates
November 6, 2013 through end of season

Here is how to enter
STEP 1: Take a picture of your Dreamline
STEP 2: Post your picture to Instagram
STEP 3: Tag the following: #karakoramdreamlines @karakorambc

Make sure to tell in short detail why this is your dreamline.

Voting
Get your friends to vote for your picture and story through the portal below or on the Dreamlines tab at www.facebook.com/karakorambc

Winners
We will choose a winner at least twice a month from the top three voted pictures in a voting period. Winners will receive Karakoram accessories and apparel.

Alternate Entry
Take a picture of your dreamline, enter through twitter with hashtag #karakoramdreamlines or enter through the Dreamlines tab at www.facebook.com/karakorambc

Enter and Vote Below

Disclaimer

Snowboarding is an inherently dangerous and hazardous sport and can result in serious injury or death. Karakoram shall have no liability for injuries sustained by persons choosing to participate in photo and/or video contest. The person choosing to participate in photo and/or video contest takes full responsibility for their actions, learning proper backcountry travel and avalanche safety.