We raise funds for cutting edge research through a variety of outdoor and other special events, to raise awareness and public support, and to promote physical and mental well-being of breast cancer survivors and their families. 

Celebrating Survivors

In conjunction with the Symposium, we host a free Open Forum where breast cancer patients, survivors and their families can ask questions from the panel of researchers. We offer additional support through a number of events and wellness oriented activities.

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2016 Summer Climb, Saturday, August 20th

Join Expedition Inspiration on our annual Summer Climb up the Elephant's Perch in the amazing Sawtooth Mountains. We are fortunate to have the expertise of the Sawtooth Mountain Guides who will lead us safely to the summit. Join us after the climb for a celebratory barbecue at Redfish Lake.

To register, please visit: https://www.runreg.com/until-theres-a-cure-theres-a-climb

To donate or support a climber, please visit: https://www.pledgereg.com/expeditioninspiration

Email or call Hailey for questions: hailey@expeditioninspiration.org or 208.342.6065. 







Thank you!

Our 2015 Take-a-Hike was a great success with fabulous weather and even more fabulous company.

Thank you to all who hiked and supported through donation. Also, a huge thanks for their support and participation. Stay tuned for more images and videos!

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Our 2015 Climb was led by Erik, Tim and Steve of Sawtooth Mountain Guides

On September 15th, seventeen climbers summited the 11,051 ft. Devil's Bedstead West. The 2015 climb raised over $15,000 for breast cancer research.

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Laura Evans, founder

In 1990, Laura Evans ended her 7th week in isolation during a bone marrow transplant to fight Stage III breast cancer. Her vision for combining mountain climbing and finding a cure for breast cancer  would be a visible tribute to the courage of breast cancer survivors everywhere.

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"Climbing, in many respects, is not unlike facing a life-threatening illness. You take every step alone, digging deep, focused on the goal and your own inner strength."

— Laura Evans