JULY 18-19, 2020

Hike Zions and Bryce Canyon

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HIKE
Where
Southern Utah
When
July 18-19, 2020
Availability
Registration Open
Registration Deadline
June 15, 2020
Registration Coming Soon
About this Event

Join Muscles for Myeloma for a new adventure through Zions National Park and Bryce Canyon. With single and multi-day options supporters have the opportunity to experience the iconic beauty of these National Parks. Enjoy the picturesque landscape with Muscles for Myeloma all while supporting The Crowdcare Foundation in the fight to cure multiple myeloma cancer.

Our network of experienced coaches will get you trail-ready with personalized training plans – along with access to exclusive weekend benefits that you can only get with Muscles for Myeloma.

Distances: Hikes range from 4 to 7 miles with moderate to challenging trail ratings.  Hike options will be located in Zions National Park and Bryce Canyon.

 

Fundraising Commitment Levels

The funds raised by Muscles for Myeloma help The Crowdcare Foundation explore fund new myeloma research projects by top academic researchers. This includes new immunotherapy and projects that leverage the HealthTree online myeloma patient tool. All (100%) of the funds raised support this critical research. 

 

One-Day Hike (Friday or Saturday) 

Cost: $3,900

Benefits Include:

  • Hike-Day Guides

  • Team Dinner

  • Three-Night Shared Hotel Stay

  • Personal Coaching

  • Training Shirt

  • Event Day Hike Shirt​

 

Two One-Day Hikes (Friday & Saturday) 

 

Cost: $5,400

Benefits Include:

  • Hike-Day Guides

  • Team Dinners

  • Three-Night Shared Hotel Stay

  • Personal Coaching

  • Training Shirt

  • Event Day Hike Shirt​

Registration Coming Soon

Donate Today

Donating to Muscles for Myeloma is easy. Give today and make a difference in the life of someone with multiple myeloma cancer.
Your secure, online tax-deductible donation to The Crowdcare Foundation helps fund lifesaving research and provides information and support to patients throughout their cancer journey.