A few weeks ago, we gave Fire Mountain the nod of honor for Best of the Best of Mountaineering, a position that has remained unchanged since the first time we reviewed the award.
Fire Mountain is a popular climbing destination, and it’s an excellent example of the type of company we want to see thrive in the future.
This year’s award is a continuation of that philosophy.
The new title will be “The Best of The Rest,” and the winner will be announced on March 12.
The title is not quite as prestigious as the title of the award, but it’s certainly better than nothing.
The award is awarded to the best, most unique and original climbing or outdoor experiences that are available to the public at the time of publication.
That’s right, there are no more awards.
Instead, there’s a “Best of The Place” category and a “Most Innovative” category, and we’ll be adding a “Grand Prize” for the grandest, most exciting and most inspiring experience available in any category.
What does this mean for the public?
There are no new awards, but there are plenty of changes for those of us who’ve been here before.
We’ve seen a number of changes in the climbing industry over the past few years, and the selection process for these awards was largely based on the feedback from the public.
While we do want to continue to honor those climbers who have made a significant contribution to the climbing community, the focus is on making the best climbing experiences for the masses.
So while we’ve removed some of the “best of the rest” categories, we’re adding a new one to the Best Of The Rest.
The criteria is quite broad, but you can read more about that here.
So how will it work?
The top two climbers will receive the Grand Prize, while the winner of the Grand prize will be chosen from the three remaining finalists.
We’ll announce the winner on March 13, and that person will be able to make an impact in the sport of climbing for years to come.
That means we’re also going to introduce a number and variations of awards.
First, we’ve decided to make the Grand Mountain Climbing Awards a Grand Prize in every category.
Second, we’ll introduce new categories like The Most Innovative and The Most Promising.
We have the ability to do so in every major category and to add more categories as we see fit.
So you won’t see a “Mountaineering Grand Prize” in The Best of Climbing any time soon, but the Grand Champion will still get a nice award for their contribution.
The grand prize will still be awarded for the most innovative, innovative, and exciting experience.
In addition, there will be a “Fantasy Mountain Climbers Grand Prize,” in which climbers from all over the world compete for the title.
We’re still working out exactly how many categories we’re going to be introducing in the coming year, but in the mean time, we have some very exciting plans in store for future editions.
We hope you enjoy the changes as much as we do.