Wonderland Freedom Hike 2020

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Mount Rainier National Park

Stevens Canyon Road

Packwood, WA 98361

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"Doing what we love to fight what we hate" As a Freedom Hiker, we are using our passion for hiking to help raise awareness ad funds to fight human trafficking and help set women and children free from sexual slavery.

Come and join the adventure and help us raise awareness for anti-human trafficking in 2020!

As a Freedom Hiker, you will have access to fundraising tools and resources to help you make a difference. We work as a team to share our message and encourage friends and family to learn more how they too can help. Then together in August, we will hike ~23 miles of the Wonderland Trail at Mount Rainier National Park to celebrate and share our message #forfreedom along the trail in some of the most beautiful parts of Washington!

Nobody deserves to live a life of slavery, and we are doing something about it. Will you join us?

WONDERLAND 2020 Freedom Hike: Wonderland Trail via Summerland to Reflection Lake

We will start our journey at the trailhead to Summerland. Along the beautiful trail we will trek through Panhandle Gap which is the highest point of the Wonderland Trail sitting at 6,750 feet. You will see Mount Rainier up close and personal! We will come through Indian Bar, Box Canyon, and will end at Reflection Lake! We will travel through many different eco systems and will see old growth forests, rivers, creeks, meadows, rocky exposed areas, some snow, waterfalls, countless flowers, and beautiful lakes! We will climb 4200' along the way and travel around 23 miles all in one day. We could possibly see lots of wildlife on the trail. Mount Rainier has it all. Marmots are extremely common and they love the wildflowers. The wildflower season should be at it's peak while we are hiking and it certainly puts on a show.

Event Agenda: August 12th, 13th, and 14th (Wed, Thurs, Fri)

  • Wednesday: Arrive to Packwood, WA to the group lodging facility

  • Wednesday Evening: Group dinner at the group lodging facility

  • Thursday Morning: Hike Wonderland Trail (approximate 4:00 am start)

  • Thursday Evening: Celebration Dinner at group lodging and post hike hospitality

  • Friday Morning: Post-Hike Breakfast at Group Lodging Facility

Hike Capacity: 7 Hikers per group with experienced trail leads. There will be two groups. If you are hoping to hike with people you know, please let the hike facilitator know.


Lodging will be provided as shared accomodations at a vacation rental cabin. This is a great way to build community. More details will be delivered by email or other means once your are registered for the hike. Lodging will be provded for Wednesday and Thursday night.

Your ticket of $190 includes:

  • Two dinners

  • Easy grab and go breakfast the morning of the hike and breakfast on Friday Morning

  • Lodging Wednesday and Thursday Night

  • Post Hike Celebratory snacks, beer, and wine

Please read the following physical requirements and expectations before signing up:

  • Agree to commit to fundraising for the Wonderland Freedom Hiker fundraising campaign. You set your own goal. In years past hikers have raised an average of $1200. We are believing in achieving big things together!

  • A fundraising kit will be available for purchase from Rescue:Freedom in January of 2020. It will include a shirt, water bottle, stickers, brochures, trail flag and thank you cards.

  • Agree to commit to your personal health and fitness (working out 3-4 days per week)

  • Agree to 10 weeks of training hikes leading up to the event (as we get closer the weekly hikes will require 6-7 hours on your feet)

  • Agree to help raise awareness for the Wonderland Freedom Hiker Campaign by sharing with your friends and family

  • Agree to join us for a monthly call to share and connect

  • Agree to provide your own food (excluding the meals provided in the ticket price, ie meals for hike itself) and transportation

  • Understand that we are not promised blue skies and sun shine on the day of the hike (we will pray)

  • Agree to obtain any recommended gear (day pack, hiking shoes, 3L hydration system, water filter, bear spray, hiking poles, etc.)

  • Agree to hike at your own risk and sign a liability release before the event

  • Understand that if you do not follow the training requirements and/or choose not fundraise we reserve the right to release you from the event for the safety of all participants and to maintain the integrity for why we hike.

  • Agree to HAVE FUN and remember the purpose and reason we hike

  • Please list any medical conditions

  • Please list any allergies

Thank you for considering being part of an adventure that will free people all over the world!

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Mount Rainier National Park

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Packwood, WA 98361

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