These hikes are in the Snoqualmie region/next to North Bend. They are within an hour and a half of the Seattle area!
What does registering do?
Registering for the hike does many things! For starters, your $25 donation will be used to cover the t-shirt, snacks, and water you will be provided. The remainder of the donation will go towards funding a Women’s Cancer Center being built at our hospital in Nepal!
How can I help if I cannot hike with you?
If you are unable to join us on the hike do not fret! There are many ways to help.
Create a campaign on the website and raise money through that portal, or crowdfund using your own portal.
Donate materials to the hike, such as raffle items (gift cards, fun items, etc.), snacks/bottled water, sunscreen, etc.
Set up your own cancer climb at another location/date to raise funds/awareness for our cause/the fight against cancer
Sponsor the hike with your family/business (more information here)
Are dogs allowed?
Yes! They just must be kept on a leash and be well-behaved.
Do I need any parking permit/park permit?
You will need a WA State Discover Pass to park for the day! You can either buy a season pass or a day pass. If you already have one then you are good to go! Buy here.
Are there any COVID-19 guidelines to follow?
Yes! We are asking that everyone continues to follow the CDC/state guidelines. Please wear a mask, stay distanced from parties outside of your bubble, and wash your hands! As guidelines come through for those that are vaccinated you are welcome to follow those as well. We take the safety of everyone seriously, and feel confident that being outside and separated over two trails will allow us to safely offer this event!
Is there enough parking?
These hikes have more parking than most! With that being said these trails are busy! Please arrive early, we will be there at 7:30 am. Please also carpool as you see fit (while considering safety for COVID-19), and make sure you drive a car that is equipped to drive on unpaved/uneven roads.