The Event

Individuals from across the country unite as one 46Climbs community, climbing mountains and hiking trails raising mental health awareness and funds to help conquer suicide.

2024

Funds raised for

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2014 - 2023

Funds Raised
$ 0
Elevation Climbed
0 x Mt. Everest

Frequently Asked Questions

Participation

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No. Hike or climb any mountain or trail, large or small! Hike as many as you like!

No. If registered by Sept 8th, you may hike anytime. If you are interested in hiking after the event dates and have not registered, only groups larger than 20 may request a promo code to register.

Possibly. Please check with the local area. (i.e. In the ADK’s, groups of up to 15 may hike together)

If groups are too large, they may need to hike as two or more separate groups.

46Climbs Package

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Register by:

July 2nd – Packaged shipped by July 16th

July 16th – Package shipped by July 30th

July 30th – Package shipped by Aug 13th

Aug 13th – Package shipped by Aug 27th

After Aug 27th – Package shipped ASAP!

We try to anticipate and pre-order our dry-fit shirts in various sizes to have stock readily available. Packages are shipped based on availability at that time. Some sizes need to be reordered and will take a little longer to receive.

Yes! Please contact us to let us know. You may either:

  1. Return the shirt to:

    Tiny Fish Printing,
    258 Hayward Ave
    Rochester, NY 14609


    Then donate $5 to your participant page to help cover the cost of shipping the new shirt. Once all is received, the replacement shirt will be shipped.

  2. Or – Purchase another shirt in the correct size – Please donate $20 to your participant page and we will send the correct size shirt.

Other Questions

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Currently, there is no way for you to edit the map. It is updated internally. Please contact us with your map info.

Use the hashtag #46Climbs. If you wish, share your story, your trip, or your connection to suicide.

Please be sure to write 46Climbs in the memo line of the check, along with the participant name or team name you would like it to be applied to. Make the check payable to:

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
99 Water Street, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10038

Stories

Coming Together as a Team

“The best part of participating was coming together as a team! Getting survivors on the mountain.”- Amy Haptonstall

Talking to Other Hikers

“Great being asked about my shirt and being able to talk to other hikers about the fundraiser and suicide prevention in general.” – Ben Collins

A Positive Group of People!

“The best part was knowing I helped raise funds for a great cause and seeing all of the participants having fun in their photos doing the same thing. What a positive group of people!” – Jess Brown

Powerless to Power

“Losing someone you love to suicide can make you feel powerless.  This event made us feel like we we had a little bit of power to make a difference in the future.” – Ashley Pullen

Knowing I Made a Difference

“The best part of participating in 46Climbs is pride; knowing I made a difference in the fight against Suicide and Mental Illness.  Nature is so therapeutic and refreshing; it cleans the mind and soul.” – Susan Earabino

Part of a Nationwide Community

“The best part of participating in 46Climbs was feeling part of a nationwide community facing the challenge of suicide.” – Joel Ward

You Are Never Alone

“This my fourth year hiking for 46Climbs.  We hike to start the conversation about mental health, stop the stigma, and raise funds to help spread education and resources for suicide prevention!  And because it’s hard to not feel a little better with these views. One step at a time, one mountain at a time, and always with […]

Healing, Help, and Hope

“Mark and I hiked over 15 miles this weekend.  46Climbs is an amazing organization based around hiking and mental health support that started in Upstate NY; all proceeds go towards the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. In case you didn’t know, September is National Suicide Prevention month.  Simply by having conversations we are beginning to […]

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