September 21, 2018 - September 23, 2018
This fall, Diana and Bonnie invite you to be a part of the First Ever Destination EverWalk Retreat, in the enchanting town of Telluride, Colorado.
Hosted in the heart of Mountain Village, attendees can select from four different packages based on how immersed they want to be in the 3-day weekend retreat.
Experiences will include invigorating morning yoga sessions, two 10-mile walks along trails with breathtaking views of the San Juan Mountains, specialty crafted meals to keep everyone fueled and instpired, freestyle swimming demo with Diana, motivating keynote presentations and more.
August 05, 2018 - August 11, 2018
White Rock, Canada, to Seattle - 134 miles
Our distance was 134 miles, the first steps of Commitment on August 5, from White Rock, Canada, arriving at our Achieve Line on the banks of Puget Sound, Seattle, on August 11, 2018.
October 23, 2016 - October 29, 2016
Los Angeles to San Diego - 134 miles
This was our first EPIC. We strolled along the ocean’s edge, surfers and skateboarders and dolphins playing with us all the way. And we looked at the map of America, envisioning walking this same weeklong 134-mile distance to arrive at the Grand Canyon, the Capitol in DC, little Havana in Miami, the Lake Michigan waterfront in Chicago.
September 10, 2017 - September 16, 2017
Boston to Cape Elizabeth, Maine - 134 miles
New England was our second EPIC. We walk 20 miles a day on our EPICS, a bit shorter on Day Seven. A week journeying together through the classic outdoor corridors of our breathtaking country. From farmlands and 200-year-old red barns to the classic lighthouses to the rocky Maine coastline, we were enchanted up the coast every step of the way. Many wept as they crossed the Achieve Line. They trained, they suffered a bit, they overcame, and they achieved.
April 02, 2018 - April 06, 2018
Key West, FL
We will walk 10 miles every morning, visiting a number of the Cuba Swim key locations from our four years of training in that heart town of ours. Then we’ll go up to Big Pine Key every afternoon and volunteer for Habitat for Humanity, rebuilding from the severe damage
left in Hurricane Irma’s wake.