Wisconsin, Door County, Challenge Walk MS 2014

Door County Challenge Walk MS 2014

Thank you, Challenge Walkers!

You did it! In three days – September 19-21 – you covered 30 to 50 miles, raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to create a world free of MS, and proved that sometimes the journey really is as important as the destination.

Sign Up for 2015
Next year’s Challenge Walk MS will be September 18-20. Click here to register now.

Your Opinion Matters
Take the Challenge Walk MS 2014 survey and let us know what you liked the most and what can be improved. Click here to take the survey.

Send Us Your Selfies
Cameras were clicking all weekend long. Share your best shots! Email them to info.wisMS@nmss.org. We’ll post them along with other photos from throughout the weekend to the Wisconsin Chapter’s Flickr page.

What is Challenge Walk MS?
Challenge Walk MS sets a high bar with a three-day, 50-mile walk and a $1,500 fundraising minimum in support of those living with multiple sclerosis, but it rewards at the same level with an all-inclusive destination getaway in Wisconsin’s scenic Door County. Broken into three day-long increments, the daily routes take you past some of the most spectacular scenery in the state, while friends old and new create an atmosphere that’s all about motivation, inspiration and fun.

A 30-mile option is also available. Either way, the Wisconsin Chapter will be with you every step with training schedules and tips, group support and more. Powerful online fundraising tools make it easier for your friends and family to contribute. Log in to your Challenge Walk MS Participant Center to learn more.

Challenge Walk MS is a fully supported event. You train and fundraise and we'll take care of you at the event.

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