A family friendly deck party, all-day music, costume contest, prizes, great skiing and snowboarding, and an incredible setting will bring thousands of fun-loving, pink-clad participants together on Heavenly Mountain. Pink Heavenly headquarters will be located at the California Base Lodge allowing easy access to skiers and nonskiers alike!

100% of Pink Heavenly proceeds benefit patients in our community living with ANY form of cancer by funding Barton Health's Cancer Support Services, providing patients the opportunity to receive exercise and nutrition coaching, emotional support, yoga, acupuncture, outdoor adventures and more. These unique services can dramatically impact a patient’s quality of life and are not typically covered by insurance.

 


100% of Pink Heavenly donations and registration fees will be used to provide cancer support services at Barton Health.

Pink Heavenly is underwritten by Barton Health and our partners, which means donations are fully dedicated to ensuring local cancer patients with ALL forms of cancer have access to exercise and nutrition coaching, emotional support, yoga, acupuncture, outdoor adventures and more. These unique services can dramatically impact a patient’s quality of life and are not typically covered by insurance.

Pink Heavenly is not just for breast cancer patients. The money raised helps patients in our community living with ALL forms of cancer.

2022 will be our second Pink Heavenly event after the pause for the pandemic.  The team at Vail Valley Medical Center have generously allowed us to create a sister event to their hugely successful Pink Vail event held each year in Vail, Colorado. Our first year was a resounding success raising over $54,000.

Why pink? Pink Vail was started in 2012 as a fundraising event to support breast cancer, specifically, and has grown and expanded to help ALL patients and survivors at Vail's Shaw Regional Cancer Center

The Pink Heavenly event will support those in our community living with ALL forms of cancer.  Proceeds will benefit Barton Health's cancer support services, providing patients the opportunity to receive exercise training, nutrition coaching, emotional support, yoga, acupuncture, outdoor adventures and more.

These unique services can dramatically impact a patient’s quality of life and are not typically covered by insurance.

Lake Tahoe boasts the largest alpine lake in North America; deep and wide, bluer than blue and surrounded by the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains. It’s an alpine paradise, for sure, a winter wonderland November through April, with an average 300 days of sunshine each and every year. And South Lake Tahoe, offers that spectacular scenery up with a gigantic helping of things to do, including winter sports, black jack, family fun and nightlife, all with a unique, Tahoe spin.

High above the sapphire-blue waters of Lake Tahoe, Heavenly is one of the most unique snowsports resorts on the planet. The choices are endless. Do you ski California or Nevada? Will it be 34 miles of wide-open, groomed cruisers, 1,600 foot plunges in the double-black diamond canyons or the most outrageous tree skiing in North America? Or do you save your energy for Heavenly's electric après ski scene, local brewpubs, diverse dining, and Vegas-style nightlife?

When you visit South Lake Tahoe and Heavenly, you better plan to go "all-in"...because with as much to do off the mountain as there is on the mountain, you play hard and sleep when you get home.


Barton Memorial Hospital is supported by the Barton Memorial Hospital Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3). Contributions are tax deductible as allowable by law, tax ID #88-0268799.

Heavenly Mountain facilities, operated by Vail Associates, Inc., are located within the Lake Tahoe Basin and are under permit from the Forest Service, U.S.D.A.




 

Pink Heavenly proceeds benefit community members in South Lake Tahoe living with all forms of cancer through improvements to patient care and by funding Barton Health's cancer support services including exercise training, nutrition coaching, emotional support, massages, acupuncture, outdoor adventures and more. These unique services can dramatically impact a patient’s quality of life, but are not typically covered by insurance.