Dec. 7th Summit for Life 2019 - Aspen Real Life
Summit for Life 2019

Dec. 7th Summit for Life 2019

In this exciting event, contestants race from the base of Aspen Mountain all the way to the top. They will climb 3,267 vertical feet – over 2.5 miles uphill and at night! Racers climb at their own pace using their own lighting and non-motorized equipment like Kahtoola Microspikes, climbing skins, or other gear.

All physical abilities and ages are welcome to participate! When racers and supporters reach the summit, dinner will be provided by The Little Nell along with live music, a raffle with great prizes, and awards presented by liver recipient and Olympic Bronze Medalist Chris Klug.

All participants will receive an amazing racer bag and top fundraisers and top racers will receive special prizes!

The registration fee for the event is $50 in advance with a minimum fundraising goal of $100. Sunday, November 24th is the last day for the $50 fee. The registration fee will increase to $75 following MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, so please be sure to register early! The course up the mountain starts at the base of the gondola, up the Little Nell trail, then goes on to Bingo Slot, Spar Gulch and Deer Park, and finally up Silver Bell to reach the Summit. Registration is not transferable.

The Chris Klug Foundation appreciates your support and understanding. You can take your pick of registration categories. Keep reading to decide which one is the best fit for you!
Event Schedule:
Wine and Dine for Life: **SOLD OUT** Summit for Life weekend begins with a fundraising dinner benefiting the Chris Klug Foundation. Join Chris Klug and friends for a celebratory dinner complete with wine pairings at 7908 in Aspen.12/6/2019Summit for Life: 5:30 pm Start for all racers. In this exciting event, racers climb 3,267 vertical feet – over 2.5 miles at night up Aspen Mountain. There will be a post-race lasagna dinner at the summit with live music, prize giveaways, & awards for top fundraisers & racers.12/7/2019Ride for Life: Skip the uphill hike and ride the Silver Queen Gondola straight to the summit! Enjoy dinner prepared by The Little Nell, live music, awards, and most importantly, cheer on the racers as they come through the finish line!12/7/2019      
Fees:
Each racer will have a registration fee of $50 (increases to $75 on 12/2/19) and a fundraising minimum of $100. 

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