Some interesting facts:

• Last year, over 100 participants and
volunteers participated in our hike
• We have raised almost $80,000
locally since 2013
• In 2019, Home Hospice North
Lanark (HHNL) received 22 new
• Visiting volunteers made 650 visits,
totalling 1,300 hours!
• Since our first referral in 2013,
referrals have increased every year.
• HHNL is funded 100% through
donations and targeted fundraisers



Register online

Gather a team (if you’d like to) and find your supporters!

Find sponsors and fill out your pledge form

Tax receipts will be issued for all donations over $20.

Your sponsors can donate online here

Download your pledge form here.

If you prefer a paper form, contact Lauren at 613-614-9838 or email hike@hhnl.ca


Pick up your bracelet; show that you care

Porch pick up is available at 134 Dr. Bach Street, Almonte or 182 Justin Street, Carleton Place or email hike@hhnl.ca to make other arrangements

Help us reach our goal of $15,000!

Registration is open until the end of October

Come hike with us!

You can simply hike around our town—perhaps with your family, members of your social “bubble” or your fur baby. How about hiking at one of our many beautiful local trails, such as The Mill of Kintail, High Lonesome Nature Reserve (Pakenham), cliffLAND (Blueberry Mountain near Lanark), the Poole Family Nature Sanctuary (Carleton Place) or the Ottawa Valley Rail Trail. You can even walk on a treadmill or in or around your home!

Hiking in memory of someone special? Send us a photo of your loved one, and a little story if you’d like and we’ll post them on Facebook. Email them to hike@hhnl.ca

There will be prizes for MOST MONEY RAISED, CUTEST PET, and the BIGGEST TEAM. Send photos to us! Of your team, the view you enjoy on your hike, or of your adorable pets while on your hike. We’ll post them on our Facebook page

Money raised through the Hike provides emotional and social assistance to clients and their families and loved ones. Home Hospice North Lanark is one of the many hospice organizations working toward ensuring that more Canadians, especially in our own community, receive the end-of-life care they wish for.

Please remember to follow current guidelines to keep yourself and others safe.


430 Ottawa Street, Unit 4

500 Ottawa Street

Glenelvin Farm

30 Mill Street,
Almonte, Ontario