CONQUERING MOUNTAINS WHILE FIGHTING ALZHEIMER’S!
Climb one of NH’s 48 4,000-ft. peaks for The Longest Day!
48 Peaks was started in 2015 as an activity for The Longest Day. Since then over 75 teams have summited all 48 Peaks in the Mountains of New Hampshire, two years in a row! To date those teams have raised over $200,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association!
We’re really excited for 2017! We’re mobilizing teams to once again hike all 48 of New Hampshire’s 4,000-foot peaks during the weekend of June 10th-11th and raise money for Alzheimer’s research.
Your hike can take place any time during the weekend of June 10th-11th. However, safety is our #1 priority with this event, so we ask that you hike on the day that has the best weather and works for your team. Rain dates are set for the weekend of June 17th-18th. Upon registration a volunteer will connect with you to select your peak and get you all the details you need!
When there’s strength, there’s hope. For those facing Alzheimer’s, 48 Peaks is a reminder that we are strong. We can conquer mountains.
TO REGISTER FOR 48 PEAKS VISIT: www.alz.org/48peaks
The Longest Day