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Hike Hope Heal
Sat, Aug 23, 2014
About This Activity
The Aspen Strong Foundation is hosting the 1st annual Hike Hope Heal event.
Strap on your hiking shoes, fill up your water bottles and grab your friends and family - it's time to celebrate recovery and bring awareness to mental health in the Roaring Fork Community!
Join us this summer as we hike to give a voice to those suffering from mental illness, to educate our Roaring Fork Valley, and to increase awareness of the organizations that already exist within the valley.
Funds generated through HIKE HOPE HEAL will help offset the cost of mental health services for individuals in the Roaring Fork Valley and surrounding area.
Event schedule and times
Date: Saturday, August 23, 2014
TIME: 7:30AM - 1PM
Location: Herron Park & Smuggler Mountain in Aspen, Colorado
Route: Registration will begin at Herron Park at 7:30AM. The Hike will begin at 8am starting from Herron Park and follow Neale Road to Park Ave and to Smuggler Mountain Trail Head. The Hike will continue to Lollipop trail picnic table and back down to Herron Park.
Transportation Info: The Hunter Creek Bus is strongly encouraged. Parking will not be provided for the Hike.
Arrival Info: Please arrive between 7:30am and 7:50am on August 23rd at Herron Park to pick up your registration packet.
What to bring & wear: Wear Green to support Mental Health!!! Please wear hiking shoes or boots and bring a water bottle for hydration. Remember your sunblock!!!
Your $25 registration fee* includes:
Morning beverages & snacks
Goody bag including Injinji trail socks for the first 200 participants
Representatives from the community to share education and information about mental health resources.
Kids under 12 are free!
Personal Fundraising is not required but strongly encouraged!
This is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate recovery, ask questions and share a picnic with others in the community who are in support of mental health awareness. Consumers, advocates, and others will be encouraged to share ideas and personal experiences.