The buzz around Climb Against the Odds continues as our climbers adjust to normal life below 10,000 feet.
Breast Cancer Fund President and CEO Jeanne Rizzo has been in the spotlight because of her leading role on chemicals policy reform. She testified before Congress and wrote a Huffington Post op-ed.
Beautiful shot descending the West face of Mt. Shasta.
They faced the rain, the sleet and some of the most frigid conditions of the past decade, yet 15 climbers have summited the 14,179-ft. Mt. Shasta!
Our youngest climber, Willa Imhoff, 15, along with Kelly Miller, have reached their personal summits at 13,150 feet. Aviva Prager reached her personal summit at 13,000 feet.
More climbers reach their personal summits.
Change is the only certainty in life, and the changes to Climb Against the Odds 2013 have brought climbers and community closer together.
Local NBC news station covers Climb Against the Odds and captures the emotional investment our climbers make to take part in this life-changing event.
Our Climb Against the Odds 2013 team set out today for the trek up Mt. Shasta.
Climb Against the Odds 2013 kicked off with stories of love, loss and hope for the future.