New England Peaks for Prevention
Join us for New England Peaks for Prevention 2017
New England Peaks for Prevention is an annual fundraising hike for breast cancer prevention. A group of dedicated men and women gather to hike to the summit of Mt. Washington in support of Breast Cancer Prevention Partners' (formerly Breast Cancer Fund) groundbreaking work to prevent cancer by eliminating our exposure to toxic chemicals and radiation linked to the disease.
Event Dates: Sept. 8-10, 2017
Registration Fee: $300
Fundraising requirement: $628.80
Participant maximum: 52
Fees are non-refundable
On Friday evening, gather to meet your team of fellow climbers, learn more about BCPP, and share a delicious dinner at Joe Dodge Lodge in Pinkham Notch, New Hampshire.
On Saturday morning, meet for a hearty breakfast buffet before gathering into small groups for a staggered start up the trail.* You will be provided with a bag lunch to eat along the way or at the summit. Hike down to the Lake of the Clouds mountain hut where you can spread your sleeping bag on a comfy bunk. The enthusiastic hut crew will cook you a delicious dinner at the hut.
Sunday morning breakfast will be followed by a memorable prayer flag ceremony by one of the lakes at the top of Mt. Washington. This moving ceremony will honor and remember all those who been diagnosed with cancer or have passed due to its heartbreaking effects. Following the ceremony, join with your hiking group to begin the descent back to the Joe Dodge Lodge for snacks and champagne, as you celebrate and say farewell to the friends you have made along the way.
*A shorter route is available for those who choose not to summit and there is an option to drive to the summit and hike down to the hut.
If you're unable to hike, please support BCPP by donating to a hiker!
For more information, please contact Deb Cole, firstname.lastname@example.org (401) 525-1778.
Special thanks to the folks at Tech Wholesale Inc. for providing walkie talkies to help keep up communications between participants on the mountain this year.