Saturday, September 9, 2017
Come walk next to someone who values every step because he had to learn to walk again as an adult. Come walk with someone who has dedicated her life to caring for a loved one living with a brain injury. Come cross the finish line with someone in a wheelchair who is actively achieving what she has been told is impossible.
Walk, run or roll with us on September 9th as we come together to share in an event that will inspire you to go the extra mile for those who are living with an injury to the brain.
Meet the champions who are defying the odds. Listen to their stories. Make someone’s journey possible, just by participating!
Check-in: 10:00 a.m. Fields Park, Manitou Springs (this is a different park than in previous years, it is off Manitou Ave. and Beckers Ln. in Manitou Springs)
Walk Start time: 11:00 a.m.
Walk starts and ends at Fields Park in Manitou Springs
Distance: 2 miles
- 16yrs+ $40 registration fee and a minimum $200 in donations
- Under 12yrs No registration fee (please officially register). Voluntary fundraising
- 12yrs – 15yrs $20 registration fee. Voluntary fundraising
- Survivors of a brain injury $20 registration fee. Voluntary fundraising
The Pikes Peak Challenge Manitou Walk takes place in Manitou Springs along Midland Trail. Take a 2 mile stroll along the creek and enjoy the scenery of Manitou Springs. You will return to the park where you can relax and have lunch.
Teams: Create a team and share in the fundraising responsibilities. As long as your teams total amount of donations equals $200 per person, you have met your fundraising requirements. For example, a team of 5 needs to raise $200 per person or $1,000 as a team.
Each participant must be pre-registered. You can register online or by mail-in registration. Registration deadline is September 5th.
Cash/check donations can be mailed to the address below and when received they will be allocated to your fundraising page. You can also turn them in on the day of the walk.
BIAC/Pikes Peak Challenge
1325 S. Colorado Blvd., Ste. B300
Denver, CO 80222
A non-refundable registration fee is required and includes:
- Event T-Shirt
- Medal for every participant
Did you know we offered FOUR exciting options to be involved with the Pikes Peak Challenge to fit a variety of different needs? All funds raised support programs of the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado.
13-mile hike to the magnificent 14,110ft summit of Pikes Peak.
Barr Camp Hike
13-mile round trip hike to the unique cabin at beautiful Barr Camp.
2-mile walk around the picturesque town of Manitou Springs.
A virtual option for those unable to attend the event.