Through this year’s 10th annual Climb for Alzheimer’s, the Alzheimer Society of B.C. is inviting people to come together to hike, raise funds and show people on the dementia journey that they are not alone. Since the event is taking place virtually, anyone from the province can participate! All you need to do is choose any hike across B.C. — from Mount Douglas in Victoria to the Summit Peak Trail in Fort Nelson or the legendary Grouse Grind® in North Vancouver – and start fundraising.
The event launches Wednesday, September 1 and will run until Tuesday, September 21, 2021 – World Alzheimer’s Day, with the additional option to join us as a group as we take on the legendary Grouse Grind® in North Vancouver on Sunday, September 19! This hiking challenge offers the opportunity to take advantage of the province’s endless trails, natural beauty and potential for adventure all while raising money and awareness for people living with dementia.
Participants can register as individuals or as a team and are encouraged to share their hiking and climbing challenges online. Register for a small fee to get your 10th anniversary pack which includes a cap, a 10th anniversary flag, a mask and more!