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SheJumps Grand Teton Fundraising Climb 2020
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The annual SheJumps Mt. Rainier Fundraising Climb: an all-women's climb benefitting SheJumps Wild Skills Youth Initiative.
Whether youre a climbing fanatic, knocking one adventure off the bucket list or want to help inspire a new generation of outdoor women, the SheJumps Mt. Rainier Climb will give you an experience unlike any other. Youll receive fundraising support, gear incentives, conditioning recommendations and a community rooting for your success. If youve ever wanted to summit one of the worlds most amazing peaks, nows your chance!
The SheJumps Rainier Fundraising Climb takes place July 9-12, 2020
SPIRIT OF THE CLIMB
There is a unique spirit of comradery with all SheJumps events. Endless high fives, gut busting laughs and summit dance parties are just the beginning. We consciously foster a positive energy that exudes encouragement in stride with the technical, physical and emotional challenge at hand. Our all female guides and staff offer support and expertise throughout your training, fundraising and of course, the climb. This is sure to be the experience of a lifetime!
RAISING FUNDS FOR THE NEXT GENERATION
SheJumps Mt. Rainier Climb contributes to the nonprofits Wild Skills program. Wild Skills youth events teach young girls the survival and technical skills they need for outdoor adventuring. Our events encourage girls to learn new skills, take on challenges and think creatively which develops perseverance and fosters confidence. The funds raised from this climb will help further this vision.
A $400 non-refundable deposit is required to hold your space. Upon submitting your $400 deposit, you will be notified of your acceptance to the climb and directed to complete the Participation Agreement.
You are not officially registered until you have completed & signed the Participation Agreement.
Each climber agrees to fundraise $3500 for SheJumps Wild Skills youth initiative. This Eventbrite registration/application is in conjunction with your deposit (paid here through Eventbrite). This climb includes transportation during the climb, guiding, course instruction, and lodging. Each climber must provide their own transportation to Ashford, WA - carpooling opportunities will be provided. Gratuity for the guides is not included, please budget accordingly; it's greatly appreciated. We highly recommend also purchasing trip insurance for this event.
How much do I have to fundraise?
As further detailed in the Participation Agreement, each climber agrees to fundraise or be personally responsible for a fundraising total of $3,500 for SheJumps Wild Skills youth initiative. This amount does not include the deposit. Half of the Fundraising Total due to SheJumps by April 6, 2020 (Midpoint Fundraising Deadline), and the other half of the Fundraising Total due to SheJumps by July 6, 2020, (Final Fundraising Deadline).
What is Wild Skills?
Wild Skills youth events teach young girls the survival and technical skills they need for outdoor adventuring. These skills can be applied in any season and include first aid, navigation, leave no trace and shelter building. Our events encourage girls to learn new skills, take on challenges and think creatively which develops perseverance and fosters confidence. Our goal is to see girls learning, having fun and connecting in an encouraging environment with amazing instruction and support from female mentors. We want Wild Skills to be an experience they will remember, one that will spark a lifetime of passion for the outdoors and will remind them that they are capable of anything. The funds raised from this climb will help further this vision.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
No. This is a very popular climb with a long list of climbers waiting to participate, we will release open spots to the waitlist.
If I have to cancel for some reason, do I get my deposit back?
No. Your deposit is non-refundable. The closer we get to the course, the harder it will be for us to fill your spot. We recommend looking into options for trip interruption/cancellation insurance.
What does the climb include?
The climb covers your transportation during the climb, accommodation and guiding/instruction. It does not cover your transportation to and from Ashford.
How fit do I need to be?
You need to be in the best shape of your life. The SheJumps team and professional guides at RMI will help you prepare for this adventure with many helpful training suggestions. Learn more here:
Do I need to have Alpine/Rock climbing or mountaineering experience?
No. If you do, thats great, but it is not a requirement.
What kind of gear do I need?
If you do not have mountaineering gear, Whittaker Mountaineering (located in Ashford) has everything you need and can be reserved in advance. Check out the full gear list here:
Do you have an itinerary?
Focusing on team building and training, the first two days prepare us for our climb with an afternoon orientation and a Mountaineering Day School. We then ascend Mt. Rainier's lower slopes to Camp Muir (10,060'), where we stay for the evening and prepare for the climb ahead. On summit day, an alpine start brings us up the Disappointment Cleaver route to the mountain's summit. We then safely descend and celebrate over cold drinks & a hearty meal!
Is food provided on the trip?
No. You need to plan for food througout your adventure. Whittaker Mountaineering does offer a meal plan option. Read more about it here: https://www.whittakermountaineering.com/meal-packages/4-day-muir-summit-climb-meal-package
Is there wifi?
Yes, you can Instagram without worry from Whittaker Basecamp in Ashford, WA!
Contact Christy Pelland: email@example.com
SheJumps increases the participation of women and girls in outdoor activities to foster confidence, leadership, and connection to nature and community through free and low-cost outdoor education.
We believe in increasing diversity in the outdoors and providing ALL women and girls with the spark that will lead to a lifetime of outdoor learning and empowerment. We welcome all women and girls (transgender and cisgender) as well as non-binary people who identify with the womens community.
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