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Nominate a hero in your life.

#unclimbedmountain    #nameamountain 

"When the tide rises, all ships rise."

Think of someone, by their character elevate you.

Someone who is:


Now, nominate that person.

The most Facebook LIKES will be the 2018 mountain namesake.

Read on to learn more...


How to nominate your hero.

Tell us about a hero who has climbed a metaphorical mountain in his or her life. That hero is someone your know personally. A person who has or had to overcome obstacles. 

How to get people to vote for your hero?

Go to @nameamountain on our Facebook Page to vote for a hero (by clicking Like) and Share it with friends to get more Likes
Check out a 2 min promo video of the 2017 climb and invitation for 2019.

Want to nominate your hero?

June 1, 2019 is the Nomination Deadline

  1. Fill out the form below and include a picture of your hero.
  2. We will post your submission on our Facebook page.
  3. The most "likes" your post receives will make the final round of 10 
  4. June 5, 2018 we select and anounce the winner.
  5. Our summit of a Himalayan Mountain earns us naming rights for your hero. 



Nominate Your Hero

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Gavin Kilcullen overcame Leukemia and complications all before his 14th birthday. He is an inspiration to his family and friends. A true hero and namesake for Kilcullen Peak.
Gavin Kilcullen
David Maish was nominated by his longtime friend Dave J. Conn. Mr. Maish is an inspiration who all who know him. Maish mountain will forever be on the map.
David Maish
Hana France was nominated by her family.  Hana looks past limitations to opportunity. She now has a mountain named after her.
Hana France