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New England Peaks for Prevention 2014
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Join us at New England Peaks for Prevention

From 9/5/2014 – 9/7/2014, spend the weekend in the Whites as part of an exciting adventure on Mt. Washington in Pinkham Notch, New Hampshire!

New England Peaks for Prevention is a fundraising hike to support the Breast Cancer Fund's work to eliminate the environmental causes of disease.

Get Inspired


Be inspired by the dedication of women and men taking one step at a time to help stop breast cancer before it starts.

Experience the beauty of the White Mountains Presidential Range as you hike with like-minded people.

Registration is $225 (non-refundable), and a required minimum fundraising goal for each hiker of $628.80. (representing the height of Mt. Washington) All fundraising proceeds will benefit the Breast Cancer Fund.

In line with the Breast Cancer Fund's mission, we strive to make New England Peaks for Prevention a sustainable event committed to protecting our bodies and environment.




9/5/2014 – 3 - 5 PM: Check-in at the AMC hut - Joe Dodge Lodge in Pinkham Notch, NH for a delicious dinner, an introduction to the work of the Breast Cancer Fund, a Luna Fest and overnight accommodations.

9/6/2014  - 7:00 Am hearty breakfast followed by staggered start times for your ascent of the challenging 6,288 foot Mt. Washington (a trail lunch will be provided). After reaching the summit we will hike down to 5,050 feet and spend the night at another AMC hut – the legendary Lake of the Clouds hut with its sweeping views of the entire Presidential Range. Dinner will be provided at 6:00 PM followed by a sunset prayer flag ceremony.

9/7/2014 – We will start descent day with a full breakfast at 7:00 AM, staggered starts and will reconvene back at the Joe Dodge Lodge for a sendoff and goodbyes.



If you're unable to hike, please support the Breast Cancer Fund by donating to a hiker!

For more information about the event, please contact Deb Cole at or call (401) 525-1778.