Powderhorn Mountain Resorts (PMR) presents the second annual PH3 on Sunday, March 16, 2014 to benefit the Western Colorado Suicide Prevention Foundation and the Veterans Administration Medical Center Suicide Prevention Fund, in honor of Tim Sewell and in support of his family.
The race begins at the Mesa Community Center with an 8.35 mile biking segment at 8:30 AM. They will transition onto either climbing skins or snowshoes, and continue 2.03 miles to the top of the resort. Then remove their ascending gear and ski or snowboard 1.44 miles to the finish line. The total vertical gain is 4,138 feet, vertical drop is 1,543 feet covering a total of 11.82 miles. Participants must be at least 16 years of age either as an individual or on teams.
Early registration is available online through Active.com for $40. Day of even registration event is available at PMR for $50.
Volunteers are needed to assist in running the event, minimum age of 16 years old. Please Contact John Messinger at (970) 268-5158 or email@example.com for more information. All volunteers will receive a complimentary lift ticket for use any day of the 2013-14 winter season.
Event Schedule (subject to change, as weather permits):
March 16, 2014: The Powderhorn PH3
Online Registration Active.com
6:45 a.m. – 7:45 a.m. $50 day of event registration and sign up PMR
8:00 a.m. Final bus from PMR to Mesa Community Center
8:30 a.m. Race Starts
3 p.m. PH3 Awards on the Sunset Deck
About the Western Colorado Suicide Prevention Foundation
Founded in 2006, the Western Colorado Suicide Prevention Foundation (WCSPF) is committed to reducing the rate of suicide in the region by encouraging and coordinating collaborative efforts to provide diverse prevention and awareness messaging, education, advocacy and funding.
About the VA Medical Center Suicide Prevention Fund
The Grand Junction VA Medical Center’s Suicide Prevention Program covers 15 Colorado counties, two in Utah and one in Wyoming. The Suicide Prevention Program provides direct support to “at risk” veterans, providing cell phones to ensure they can access a mental health service 24 hours a day. Along with providing help the Prevention Program also provides education to those in isolated communities spreading the word on the National Veterans Crisis line and the assistance that is available through the GJVA. “It is okay to ask for help; You are not alone.” Veterans Crisis Line: 1800-273-8255 Press 1.