Get ‘everesting’ for the Australian Himalayan Foundation
Originally a cycling challenge, ‘everesting’ is a vertical test of endurance where an individual or team perform an activity continuously until their total vertical ascent is over 8,848 metres — the height of the summit of Mount Everest above sea-level.
Think you've got what it takes? Gather your mates and find your local Neverest event and help raise raise funds for Nepal.
How it helps
The Australian Himalayan Foundation (AHF) aims to improve the quality of life of the people most in need in remote areas of the Himalaya.
AHF’s key flagship program is the Teacher Training & Quality Education (TTQE) program which provides vital teacher training, school scholarships and educational resources.
So far, the program has helped more than 42,000 children and 1700 teachers in over 300 schools. This year, we need you to help an even bigger difference.
Get the official Neverest Challenge shoes
The Salomon OUTline GTX offers lightweight construction and premium flexibility. With a waterproof GTX upper they will keep your feet dry and comfortable — perfect for when you're taking on Neverest.