(KING) — A hike team just completed a grueling 72-mile journey, from Washington’s Stevens Pass all the way to Snoqualmie Pass.
The nine-day Pass to Pass hike was a fundraiser for Parkinson’s research and education.
One of the participants, David Jarnes is living with the disease. He says it’s hard, because it affects him mentally.
“I’ve become sad. I feel like my life could be stuck in the low part of the cyle and never move again,” said Jarnes.
That’s why he joined the effort, in hopes of helping people who are struggling like him.
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