If you’re participating in a National Trails Day event on June 6, 2015, be sure to snap a bunch of photos. Email them to firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the upload form below to submit your best shots.
Choose One of Three Ways To Enter
Choose one of the following methods to submit your photos to the National Trails Day 2014 Photo Contest.
Send an email to contest@AmericanHiking.org with the subject line “Photo Contest”. In the body of the email provide your shipping address, in case you are selected as a winner. Also provide any captions, quotations or stories you wish to accompany your photos. Finally, make sure you attach your National Trails Day photos. The more you submit, the better your chances are to win.
Post your National Trails Day photos to Instagram and tag @AmericanHiking and/or @the_sca in you caption. Be sure to include the hashtag #NationalTrailsDay
Scroll down to use the upload form below.
Submit photos before June 10, 2014 to be considered.
Photos should display an aspect of National Trails Day recreation. Examples include:
- Hikers hiking, bikers biking, paddlers paddling, horseback riders riding
- Beautiful landscape photos of nature and/or trails
Caption your photos. Share details about your Trails Day experience. The more info, the better.
Winners will be chosen by American Hiking Society staff. The winning photos will be announced on or around June 15th.
First Place Winner – National Trails Day Deluxe Kit (not pictured)
Second Place Winner – National Trails Day Standard Kit (not pictured)
Third Place Winner – National Trails Day Standard Kit (not pictured
5 randomly selected winners – American Hiking Society T-Shirt (not pictured)
Special Instagram Winner – SCA logo’d Deuter Futura Pro 42 backpack (right) and a American Hiking Society T-Shirt (not pictured)
NOTE: By submitting one or more photos to this contest, you retain the rights to your works while granting American Hiking Society the unrestricted, royalty-free, perpetual right to use, reproduce, communicate, modify and display the works (in whole or in part) for any purpose without any fee or other form of compensation, and without further notification or permission.