Join the HERA Community

June 1, 2011

Registration is now open for all three Climb4LifeSM events that benefit the HERA Women’s Cancer Foundation.  First up is the Boulder Climb on June 24-25 which kicks off with the Hang Time Happy Hour and concludes with the Summit Party, all in the stunning setting of the Rocky Mountains.  In between, there’ll be climbing, hiking, massage, skills clinics, and Acro Yoga.  Pro athletes Olivia Hsu and Jason Kehl will be on hand, and we’re “guaranteeing” no rain this year.  Next up will be the Metro DC Climb July 8-10.  For the first time ever, we’ll be outdoors among the crags of the Potomac River, namely Carderock, Maryland and Great Falls, Virginia where pros Charlotte Jouett-Bosely & Matt Bosely will be joining the DC climbers.  Rounding out the year will be our huge celebration of the 10th Annual Climb4Life Salt Lake City, Sept. 15-18 on the Black Diamond campus in the Salt Lake Valley.  Whether you are an experienced mountaineer or a beginner hiker or climber, a courageous cancer survivor or a person whose life has been touched by the disease, join a Climb4Life event coming to a city near you:

Boulder, CO, June 24-25:

Metro DC, July 8-10:

Salt Lake City, UT, Sept. 15-18:

Of course, HERA couldn’t do all of this without our volunteers and participants.  While each event features really great weekends of camaraderie, climbing, hiking, and fun, each has its own unique flavor, thanks to the teams of volunteers in each city who spend their own time organizing the Climb4Life events.  You all know who you are, and HERA couldn’t do it without you!  Kudos to the climbers and hikers who register and then recruit their friends and family to help raise funds to support HERA’s mission.  The fundraising competition gets pretty fierce at times, but it’s all in good fun and all in support of HERA.

Whether you participate, volunteer, or donate, many thanks from the HERA Women’s Cancer Foundation, and welcome to our community!


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