Hike to Beat Blood Cancer
The Hike to Beat Blood Cancer is a beautiful two day hike through the Sunshine Coast Hinterland in QLD that raises money to help Aussie families with blood cancer.
Previously called 55for5, the Hike to Beat Blood Cancer is a two-day guided hike through the Hinterland’s natural beauty, taking in spectacular gorges, waterfalls, rock pools, scenic views and subtropical rainforest.
Every step is a step towards beating blood cancer with love, sweat and tears!
Leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma are all types of blood cancer and they can develop in anyone, of any age, at any time. Another 35 Australians are diagnosed every single day.
The money raised during Hike to Beat Blood Cancer will help more Australians with blood cancer survive and then go on to live a better quality of life.
Dates: Saturday 17 – Sunday 18 August 2019
Challenge duration: 2 days, 2 nights
Where: Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk Track
Cost: $295 registration fee per person
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