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BENEFITING: City of Hope

ORGANIZER: City of Hope

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2nd Annual Hike for Hope

Hike in Tennessee’s Rolling Hills

Benefiting City of Hope

Hosted by Michael Morris

Friday November 4, 2016

9am – 2pm (Lunch Provided)

Last year’s EPIC debuted the Inaugural Hike for Hope, and some 35 hikers challenged themselves to hike Red Rock Canyon while raising more than $10,000 for City of Hope! Well, I’m pleased to say that it is back again for 2016 – this time in Tennessee! The 2nd Annual Hike for Hope, again hosted by TriMega’s Michael Morris, will take place at the conclusion of EPIC 2016 and participants will take in challenging and exciting hiking in the picturesque Warner Parks, just outside of Nashville.

The Hike for Hope is a wonderful opportunity to take in beautiful landscapes and natural surroundings while having fun with your fellow EPIC friends, enjoying some adventure and physical activity and making a difference to support an incredible cause, City of Hope!

There’s a Hike for Everyone! Decide your trail now…or decide later!

 

EASY to MODERATE – Warner Woods Trail
2.5 mile loop. 1 hour. 285 ft gain

Also known as the white trail due to its identifying white blazes, this 2.5 mile trail is a great hike that covers moderate elevation changes. The entire trail is in the heavily wooded interior of the Park, and about a third of the trail is in one of the Park’s most secluded regions. Also, hikers can experience a breathtaking view from the cleared knob of Luke Lea Heights at an elevation of 922 feet by walking down a paved road that the trail crosses.

 

MODERATE to DIFFICULT – Mossy Ridge Trail
4.5 mile loop. 2.5 hours. 600 ft gain

The Mossy Ridge Trail in Percy Warner Park is a 4.5 mile loop encompassing more than 13 million square feet. It is rated moderate in difficulty with some steep rocky slopes to climb. You will encounter rocky ridges, quiet hollows, a small waterfall, streams and wooded hills. Hiking the trail will offer the opportunity to see the wide varieties of wildlife and wildflowers making their home in the park.

 

How does Hike for Hope work?

Enroll in Hike for Hope! You can select your desired hike during time of enrollment – or later. You can even decide on-site! Be sure to plan your travel accordingly – to depart Nashville NO EARLIER than 4pm on Friday November 4th.

Make a minimum $200 fundraising commitment to City of Hope. We will create a Crowdrise Fundraising homepage for you – or you can choose to create your own. This website will allow you to easily share it with friends, colleagues and family to reach your $200 goal – and surpass it! Don’t feel like fundraising? No problem, you simply make a $200 tax-deductible donation to City of Hope and show up for your hike! It as easy as that!

Get ready to hike – and have fun! More details regarding your hike will follow as the event nears. Note that transportation and lunch will be provided to all hikers complimentary.

Do something EPIC!  Challenge yourself.  Stand up to cancer.  Enroll in the Hike for Hope TODAY! 

Hike for Hope is presented by Michael Morris.
Questions? Please contact mmorris@trimega.org or 847-261-0033

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Mike and Angie Biddle

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$1,195

 

239% Raised of$500 Goal

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Michael Morris

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$650

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Tom Luiz

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$435

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Amy Wolters

Amount Raised

$425

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Gary Molz

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$350

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Paul Kerr

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$300

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City of Hope

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$275

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Bruce Goldberg

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$200

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