Hike for AHA!
This year’s sixth annual hike-a-thon fundraiser benefits
commitment to the healthy development of teens in the Santa Barbara community. Following check-in, participants will hike the gorgeous Romero Canyon trail, a near seven-mile loop (a shorter option is available). The event culminates in a celebratory lunch at a nearby estate.
Fees and Fundraising
Registration fee is $25.
Hikers are asked to raise a minimum of $500 in donations to be eligible to participate. Alternatively, hikers have the option of joining a team with a minimum of four participants, each raising a minimum of $250.
How to Start
, donate to help a hiker
reach their goal, or sponsor the event
to assist us in raising much-needed funds in support of AHA!
When: Saturday, October 28, 2017
Where: Romero Canyon trailhead in Santa Barbara
Time: Registration begins at approximately 8 am.
Immediately following the hike, we will gather for a celebration at a private home. Detailed instructions and directions will be emailed to participants one week prior to the event.
Parking is limited.
Please carpool if you can!
Shuttle service will be available from a to-be-determined location. Registration and post-hike celebration will take place at an estate located a short distance from the Romero Canyon trailhead.
Hike for AHA! 2017
aims to raise $100,000 to support its many programs for teens and their families. All hikers who raise a minimum of $1,000 by October 20 will receive a gift certificate for a pair of hiking boots
(Teva for men, Ahnu for women) from event sponsor Deckers Outdoor Corporation!
Wear layered clothing and comfortable shoes for hiking, along with sunglasses and a hat or other sun protection. Hikers will receive Hike for AHA! t-shirts and water bottles.
Questions? Please contact
Development Director Molly Green at email@example.com.
is a Santa Barbara-based youth organization dedicated to the development of socially and emotionally intelligent adolescents through direct service to 3000+ teens and families through in-school, after-school, and summer programs each year. We are dedicated to teaching teens how to cope with peer pressure, manage adversity, and resolve conflict. Our work with youth is supported mostly by grants, corporate sponsorships, and individual donations.