Thanks to volunteer hike organizer Adam Leiser, the hikers and their supporters for a successful hike to the summit of Mt. Eisenhower in New Hampshire in June. The hikers’ hard work on the climb was rewarded with beautiful scenery and panoramic views of the Presidential Range.
While having a great time, the hikers also raised nearly $2,000 for mental health research and wilderness trail conservation and helped increase awareness of the stigma that surrounds mental illness.
Thanks to hiker and volunteer photographer Brandon Parenteau, we can share some of the views from the hike with you. More photos of this hike can be found on Brandon’s website.
Thanks to everyone who helped make this another great HIKE for Mental Health!