We are not asking you to actually climb Mount Logan, simply using its height of 5,959 metres above sea level as our goal. We count your uphill and downhill journeys over a 5.9 km route. Please support Canada's veterans by collecting pledges and participating in this event.
What to expect
*Notice: Due to the weather Chicopee Tube Park attractions will not be open. Rain cheques will be given.*
Check in at the reception desk in the chalet with your pledge sheet, donations, and waiver. You will cover a one km route, up and down the park area and Grand River Conservation Authority forest and grassland six times, with two check points per loop. (Dress appropriately for a walk in the woods.) Your progress will be tracked on a card issued during registration. Please bring your own water bottle; water will be available in the chalet. As there will be Service Dogs present, please leave your pets at home. Upon request, donations of $20 or more will receive a tax charity receipt from National Service Dogs.
Participants may register individually or as a team/family. Any participation is welcome; however, we ask that participants please try to raise $59.59 (a penny a metre) or more. Any individual or team raising $1,500 or more will be given the opportunity to sponsor and name a puppy, receive updates on their success, and attend their graduation.
If you would simply like to show up and participate without registering, you are welcome to do so for a donation of at least $10.
Chicopee Tube Park will have their zip-line ride and other attractions operating during the fundraising event, provided the weather cooperates with us. Participants of Climb For Veterans may pay $15 each and receive two hours all access and two zip-line rides! (Minimum weight for zip-line 22.5kg/50lbs.)