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Moving Mountains for Multiple Myeloma (MM4MM) is an award wining collaboration between the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) and CURE Magazine to raise funds and awareness for myeloma research. 

Since 2016, Moving Mountains for Multiple Myeloma teams have climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, hiked the Grand Canyon, trekked the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, and summited Mount Fuji. Our team members have raised over $1.2 million, 90% of which goes directly to myeloma research. 

New in 2018 is the Peak Weekend program, which will feature up to 4 “bucket list” US-based adventure hiking treks that can be completed under two days. This new program will allow up to 80 additional participants to take part in the MM4MM Program.  Participants need to apply to the team, however, unlike the more restrictive MM4MM Trek program, the Peak Weekends program is open to including small groups and multiple family members to participate within one team and will offer a powerful experience without the higher fundraising minimums and travel time required for the MM4MM Trek Program. 
All participants must be 16 years of age and older (participants under 18 years of age must have adult supervision and a parental permission form).  Fundraising levels begin at $1,500 per person.

Mount Washington: June 2-3, 2018  LEARN MORE
Mount Washington is the highest peak in the northeastern United States and the most prominent peak east of the Mississippi at 6,288 feet above sea level. Known for it's extreme weather and popularity in the hiking world, this is a very exclusive opportunity to take the less populated Booth Spur Trail which offers more expansive views and a more serene setting.  

Mount Democrat: July 14-15, 2018  LEARN MORE
Home of the Rocky Mountains, Colorado boasts 53 peaks over 14,000 feet. These "14ers" vary in degree of difficulty but one of the more accessible & rewarding hikes is of Mt. Democrat. At 14,158 feet above sea level, with a thrilling scramble to the summit, this mountain produces an unbeatable 360-degree view of the surrounding Rocky Mountains and can be conquered in 6-7 hours hiking round trip for moderately fit hikers. Although the hike takes place in July, hikers are lightly to have an exciting encounter with snow on the trail towards the peak and possibly some mountain goats as well!

Crater Lake: August 11-12, 2018  LEARN MORE
A few hours outside of Portland, Oregon lies Crater Lake, a mystifying blue lake in the caldera of Mount Mazama which was formed after a volcanic eruption 7,700 years ago. It is the deepest lake in the United States! Known for it's stunning clear blue waters this hike is perfect for those seeking an opportunity to experience some of the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
 

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