20 Top Reader Photos: ‘Take A Hike’ Project

We kicked off a photo competition with ECCO last week, which includes a grand prize trip to Canyonlands National Park with Moab-based Deep Desert Expeditions. So far, hundreds of people have participated (and you can, too, just send in your best shot here!). Below are 20 of our favorite “Take A Hike” photos so far. Which do you like the best? —Stephen Regenold

Photo © Greg Maino; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © Douglas Judson; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © Doug Lee; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © Alexander Potter; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © Benjamin Sperl; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © Bonnie Moebeck; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © Brian Swenk; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © Cole Deal; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © Collin Hamlett; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © Collin Hamman; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © David Sendel; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © Doug Lee; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © Daniel Stapleton; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

Photo © Greg Maino; Vote for this photo (or submit your own) on the ‘Take a Hike’ competition page

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Stephen Regenold is Founder and Editor-In-Chief of GearJunkie, which he launched as a nationally-syndicated newspaper column in 2002. As a journalist and writer, Regenold has covered the outdoors industry for nearly two decades, including as a correspondent for the New York Times. A father of four small kids, Regenold and his wife live in Minneapolis.