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

No Crews, Just Wilderness

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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

Through the Struggle Comes Reward

“I would like to dedicate yesterday’s hike to 46Climbs and everyone out there struggling with day to day life thinking things will never get better.  Life’s like climbing a mountain.  For the first hour, I wanted to call it quits and head back to the truck.  Every bump along the way was miserable but I […]