Epic Trail Challenge

About the Epic Trail Challenge

The Epic Trail Challenge provides Challengers with an opportunity for adventure, fun, and fitness while also making a direct impact on the lives of children, adults, and elders in our community who need affordable medical, dental, and mental health care.

Take the opportunity to push your limits! Grab your friends, family, and co-workers and make a real difference. Challenge yourself mentally and physically, all while helping families get the health care they need by signing up for Santa Rosa Community Health’s Epic Trail Challenge. Over 42,000 people rely on Santa Rosa Community Health to receive their health care, and you can help change their lives…by hiking!

The Epic Trail Challenge is a one-day endurance event that gives participants the opportunity to hike a 20+ mile journey in Sonoma County. This is a hike, not a race, and it caters to all levels from novice to advanced outdoor enthusiasts.

Challenge Details

Complete the one-day, 20+ mile hike along with your fellow Challengers on November 7, 2020! Included in your hike experience:

Each Challenger will be asked to raise a minimum amount of funds* to cover their expenses and to help Santa Rosa Community Health continue its mission to provide excellent, culturally responsive primary care that is accessible to all people.

*A non-refundable $100 donation is required at the time of registration and will be credited toward your fundraising goal.

Santa Rosa Community Health will support hike participants each step of the way by providing each participant with a personalized fundraising webpage, as well as sponsorship and fundraising materials, tips and advice. Each Challenger will be provided with a general training program and will be invited to attend weekly group training sessions and informal meet-ups, and to participate in the Epic Trail Challenge private Facebook page.

Join the challenge!

Get started on your Epic journey! Click here to watch our recorded Info Session, then reach out to our Challenger in Charge, Laurie LynnHogan at epic@srhealth.org or 707.704.6168.