Climb to Cure Duchenne: Hike Mt. Adams with Tyler Armstrong August 22-24

Tyler Armstrong, 10, will be climbing Mt. Adams as a training climb in preparation for reaching the Seven Summits. Tyler has already climbed two of the Seven Summits – Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Aconcagua – to benefit CureDuchenne, a nonprofit that raises awareness and funds research to find a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Tyler is the youngest person to reach the summit of Mt. Aconcagua.

Tyler is an avid mountain climber who realized he could use his athletic ability to help others.  Tyler invites you to Climb to CureDuchenne.  Join Tyler and the CureDuchenne team and climb Mt. Adams. Mt. Adams (12,281 ft.) is the second highest mountain in the state of Washington.  The climb will be go from Friday, August 22 through Sunday, August 24. Click here for more information about the Mt. Adams climb. To register, click here

“Some boys my age with Duchenne can’t walk. I want the world to know about Duchenne so they can find a cure. I want those impacted with Duchenne to have a chance to live,” said Tyler.

Pick Your Own Peak

If you are unable to make the Mt. Adams climb, we hope you’ll set your own personal climbing challenge big or small to help us conquer Duchenne. Do it yourself or put together a team and encourage your friends, family and colleagues to support your climb. Create a team or join a team.

What: Teams of people across the country will climb a mountain, hill or tall building to raise awareness and fund research to find a cure for Duchenne. This is the sixth annual Climb to CureDuchenne. All funds will benefit CureDuchenne.

: Any mountain, hill or tall building. No geographic limitations. Anyone, regardless of athletic ability, is encouraged to participate individually or to form a team and secure personal sponsors/contributors for completing the climb.

When: We are trying to have as many teams as possible make their climb on August 22-24, the same weekend of the Mt. Adams climb. If those dates do not work, feel free to choose another day that works better.

For more information, contact Karen Harley at or 949-872-2552.

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