ALLtech is once again taking its commitment to health and wellness to the trails by sponsoring the Hike-a-Thon fundraiser to support the Washington Trails Association. To make an even bigger impact, we are also inviting you to join our ALLtech fundraising team so together we can support the trails we love while hiking throughout August.
Connecting with nature is critical to everyone’s mental and physical health, and the ALLtech team and its partners – including fellow sponsors Delta Dental of Washington and Advanced Professionals Insurance & Benefit Solutions – believe that supporting Washington Trails Association through Hike-a-Thon will help ensure there are trails for everyone, forever.
How You Can Participate in Hike-a-Thon
Hike-a-Thon is a community fundraising event that gives hikers the opportunity to raise funds for Washington Trails Association. Throughout August, Hike-a-Thon participants hike, share stories of their outdoor adventures, and raise funds that directly support trails in Washington.
Registration is free and simple, with plenty of tips available via the Hike-a-Thon Toolkit. You will have the opportunity to choose whether to hike as an individual or to create or join a team of two to 10 hikers. Consider forming a team with your family, friends or colleagues, and of course you’re always welcome to join the ALLtech team!
Why Support Washington Trails Association
The Washington Trails Association is a nonprofit that mobilizes hikers and everyone who loves the outdoors to explore, steward and champion trails and public lands.
Its robust website, wta.org, is the go-to source for Washington state hikers looking for their next adventure. But the wealth of resources expands well beyond recommending your next hike, including Trail Smarts tips for both new and experienced hikers, ways to get involved, and much more.
Becoming a member might be the easiest way to support Washington Trails Association, but joining Hike-a-Thon – the organization’s signature fundraiser – is definitely the most fun way to give back.
Need Hiking Tips?
It’s never too early to start planning your Hike-a-Thon destinations, and we’ve got plenty of resources to get you started! Of course, the best place to turn to is the Washington Trails Association’s website, wta.org. Use the Hiking Guide to find a hike based on region, length, user ratings and other features, or check out the site’s Trip Reports or recommendations based by season.