3 Days, 50 Miles (30-mile option available)
September 20-22, 2013
Door County, Wisconsin
Challenge Walk MS Wisconsin is a three-day walk benefiting programs and research for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. It's not about being athletic, it's about showing compassion. Join in the commitment to raise funds and awareness of a disease that affects thousands of families. Make a life-changing journey: Challenge Walk MS in Door County, Wisconsin.
About Challenge Walk MS
Fees and Donations
Registration fees and all donations are non-refundable and non-transferable. The minimum pledge is $1,500.
The minimum pledge of $1,500 must be submitted by AUGUST 21, 2013 in order to participate.
The fundraising deadline is SEPTEMBER 30, 2013.
Promise to Pay
Food & Lodging Information
All walkers and super crew stay at Alpine Resort & Golf in Door County's Egg Harbor.
Challenge Walk MS check-in opens Thursday at 5:30 and Friday morning at 6 a.m. At this time, you will receive your Welcome Bag which includes your walker number, meal wristband, weekend itinerary, route maps and safety information, half-day bag and other weekend information.
Challenge Walk MS will guide you through the historic Door County Peninsula along designated daily routes. The walk will be a scenic experience that you can enjoy with your Challenge Walk MS companions. Rest stops every three miles will provide you with everything you need to make your walk a success! The route will also be staffed with plenty of support vehicles and medical staff. Challenge Walk MS is the ultimate experience you will never forget.
Friday Route Map | Saturday Route Map | Sunday Route Map
Challenge Walk MS will take place rain or shine … so be prepared for whatever Mother Nature brings!
Licensed massage therapists will be on site at the Resort throughout the weekend to provide therapeutic and relaxing massages. No reservation required for 15-minute massages.
This is a small bag or back pack you wish to have transported each day from the start line to lunch then to the finish line. You may wish to pack a change of socks, shoes, shirt or any item you may want to access at lunch or the finish line.
Where to Send Donations:
Rather than mailing donations, please consider online donations via the website. This saves processing costs.
- In lieu of sending cash, either send a personal check or make an on-line donation.
- Please understand your deposit may not show up immediately on your personal page due to processing time, weekends and holidays.
- Please notify our office of any problems or un-cleared checks as soon as possible.
- Make sure all checks are made payable to the National MS Society or NMSS.
- Write your name on the memo line of each check so they can be attributed accordingly.
- If you registered under a different name, please write your REGISTERED NAME in the memo line.
- If you are submitting a matching gift form that requires an original signature, please have it signed, and then mail the form directly to our office.
- Be sure to include your name on the matching gift form so that we know to give you credit for it.
- Keep copies of your pledge forms with donor information in case any details need to be clarified.
- Checks can be mailed to:
National MS Society-Wisconsin Chapter
Attn: Challenge Walk MS
1120 James Drive, Suite A
Hartland, WI 53029
All participants must have valid medical health insurance to participate in Challenge Walk MS. You will be required to fill out a medical questionnaire, provide your medical health insurance information and sign a medical waiver prior to the event.
All walkers must be at least 12 years of age. All participants under age 18 must have a signed and notarized waiver completed. All participants under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent/responsible adult (at least 21 years of age) at all times.
All participants will be issued walker credentials at check-in that must be worn throughout the entire event. Credentials allow use of route support, such as rest stops, and entry into the restaurant for meals.
Pets are not allowed at Challenge Walk MS. (Registered service animals are accepted.)
Safety is the #1 Priority
We do everything we can to ensure the safety of all participants. We expect that all participants will personally assume the responsibility of safety for themselves and fellow walkers.
- Obey all traffic laws, law enforcement officers and route guidelines.
- Do not wear earphones, use radios or talk on cell phones while on the route.
- No running (this is a walking event).
- Participants may not walk while under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
- Participants may not remain on the route after 4:30 p.m.
- Participants must use sidewalks when available.
- We reserve the right to remove you from the route and/or event at any time should you choose to violate any of the above safety standards.