SATURDAY, AUG. 24, ARAPAHOE BASIN SKI AREA
Rope up with No Barriers this summer to challenge yourself and help change lives!
What’s Your Everest is our annual fundraiser where you can connect with the No Barriers community and remind yourself that What’s Within You Is Stronger Than What’s In Your Way. Climb a mountain with renowned blind adventurer & No Barriers co-founder Erik Weihenmayer for the most unique hike experience you’ll ever have!
Each participant is asked to raise a minimum of $250. Every dollar raised by you, your family, or your team will directly impact the lives of veterans, people with diverse abilities, youth and family facing challenges, and many others as they strive to live a life of meaning. Be a part of the No Barriers Rope Team as we join together to ensure everyone, regardless of ability, is able to “climb on.” We encourage you to reach beyond the minimum and invite others to be part of your team.
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“As I witnessed courage and transformation happening all around me, it allowed me to access and be present with a part of myself I thought no longer existed… I can honestly say I feel forever changed.”No Barriers Summit Participant
Frequently Asked Questions
BECOME A SPONSOR
Climb a mountain with purpose! Join renowned blind adventurer & No Barriers co-founder Erik Weihenmayer on Saturday, Aug. 24 for the most unique hike experience you’ll ever have! This fundraiser is a physical challenge with awe-inspiring rewards when you build a rope team that will physically support an individual to help them reach the summit. Team members will reach, pioneer, and summit together and shift their mindset to experience what is possible.
Whether your company:
- Builds a rope team
- Donates time to volunteer
- Supports the event as a sponsor
No Barriers is excited to have you involved in the 9th annual What’s Your Everest fundraiser!
If you are interested in being a sponsor of the No Barriers What’s Your Everest, please contact Mona Hover, at 904-472-4584 or [email@example.com]. Thank you for your consideration!
The trail is rocky and steep. If you have mobility questions, concerns, or needs, please contact Penn Street at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970-443-3633 x327.
ASL interpreting provided upon request. Please email Penn Street by August 1, 2019.