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The Fourth Annual Caving Expedition to Raise Funds to Support Canadian Veterans and Their Families – Into the Summit for Mental Health and Wellness 2021

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Calgary, Canada, July 23, 2021 –(PR.com)– Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) Foundation and Canmore Cave Tours are pleased to announce the Fourth Annual Into the Summit for Mental Health and Wellness fundraising initiative. The descent into Rat’s Nest Cave is aimed at heightening awareness and raising funds for veterans and their families suffering from the devastating consequences of post-traumatic stress disorder and other forms of mental illness.

On Sunday, October 24, 2021, 32 participants will venture into the Rat’s Nest Cave – a wild, undeveloped cave under Grotto Mountain near Canmore, Alberta. Over 4 kilometers long, Rat’s Nest is one of the longest caves in Canada. Exploring this cave involves climbing, crawling, sliding, wiggling and squeezing through water-worn passages past ancient cave formations and bones.

Formally recognized as one of Canada’s Historic Places in 1987, the cave was once home…

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