Climb to Conquer Suicide
September 4 – 13, 2020
Funds Raised 2014-2019
Cumulative Elevation Gain Climbed
Register (after February 1st) for the 6th annual 46Climbs national event! It doesn’t matter if you have never climbed a mountain before or if it’s your profession, you can be part of this remarkable community!
Donate $25 or more to register, and participate as an individual or a team. Choose a mountain or group of mountains (large or small) and climb/hike anytime between September 4th – 13th. The event starts the Friday before Labor Day weekend and runs through the following Sunday.
You will receive a 46Climbs package – a dry fit t-shirt, a sticker, and a bandana for the first 700 participants. When you reach the summit, take a picture wearing your shirt or holding up your bandana and post it on social media (Facebook, Twitter or Instagram) with the hashtag #46Climbs. During the event, watch as the pictures and stories flow in from all over the country and beyond!
Perhaps climbing/hiking isn’t your thing or you are unable to participate, you can still help! Please consider making a donation to help conquer suicide.
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“Seeing other participants on the trails and hearing their stories. I actually extended my fundraiser through the month of September, climbing at total of 109 miles, 40,000 ft in elevation and $1636 raised. This event brought out an outpouring of generosity and love, joining us all in humanity. This experience has changed my life.”– Jennifer Bonfanti
“Feeling part of a personally meaningful fundraiser as a way of remembering not only our daughter, but others close to us who have lost loved ones to suicide.” – Phil Falconer
“On the day of hike #2, my sister-in-law and I were asked about the event. We both have lost someone to suicide. It was emotional to talk about it but incredibly important and it also has a healing quality to it. This is such an amazing event. I am truly proud to participate and am a lifer for sure! Thanks to both of you and your incredible team at 46Climbs for creating this experience for so many of us and for all those in need of our support and care.” – Mary Lammi