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Choose from any of our beautiful hike locations across the U.S. Register to hike as an individual, team member or team captain. (2000 × 1000 px) (2000 × 750 px)

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Ultimate Hike is the only hiking endurance program focused on childhood cancer. To date, Ultimate Hikers have raised over $9 million in support of CureSearch's mission to end childhood cancer.

CureSearch is leading the fight against childhood cancer by supporting research on a fast-track to becoming new therapies. You'll trek 20-30 miles in one day on some of the country's most beautiful trails, all to raise funds for safe, effective treatments for children with cancer. (Shorter distances are available). CureSearch staff provide fundraising tools and guidance to ensure you reach your goals.

Choose a hike location below to learn more and register today!

Questions? Join us for an upcoming information session with coaches and staff to learn more, or email us at ultimatehike@curesearch.org.

Select a hike below to learn more and register

Our Central Texas Ultimate Hike is a 26 mile adventure near Austin, passing through bottomland hardwoods, dense forest, and prairie grasslands.

Our Foothills Trail Ultimate Hike takes hikers across 28 scenic miles of this North and South Carolina-based trail.

Hike 21 miles along Massanutten Mountain with views of the Blue Ridge and Allegany Mountains in the heart of beautiful Shenandoah Valley.

Explore 25 miles on the westernmost trail of Hiking's Triple Crown. Our home base is Big Bear Lake California, where the town itself is worth the trip!

Our Superior Hiking Trail hike includes 26 miles of our northernmost trail, overlooking sparkling Lake Superior.

Join us for our newest hike, taking participants across 18 scenic miles at the base of Teton Village. (Tentative date: September 16, 2023.)

The Ozark Highlands Trail features stunning views of fall foliage throughout the entire 22 mile trek.

Our Fall edition to the Spring Foothills Ultimate Hike is 24 beautiful miles through diverse South Carolina landscape.

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