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UK Mountain Photo of the Year 2018

The standard of photographs entered into Trail’s UK Mountain Photo of the Year 2018 competition was ridiculously, unprecedentedly high. The task of shaving over 800 entries down to a shortlist of just 20 final images to be seen by the judging panel was one that involved painstaking deliberation in the Trail office, with endless ‘umming’ and not a little ‘ahhing’. Some mildly heated disagreements even broke out among team members but, in truth, hours of impassioned dispute was nothing less than the high quality of the entries deserved. Ultimately, though, there could only ever be one winner...

 

FIRST PLACE

Chosen unanimously as the winning image by the public and the judging panel,  Gareth Owen  placed himself in the frame on Snowdon’s Crib Goch at night.

Chosen unanimously as the winning image by the public and the judging panel, Gareth Owen placed himself in the frame on Snowdon’s Crib Goch at night.

SECOND PLACE

Cul Mor in the north-west Highlands of Scotland, as shot by  John McSporran .

Cul Mor in the north-west Highlands of Scotland, as shot by John McSporran.

THIRD PLACE

Michael Eyton  had to work quickly to capture this image of climbers on Stob Ban.

Michael Eyton had to work quickly to capture this image of climbers on Stob Ban.

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