Michelle Tessier, Deseret News
Hikers approach a rest stop on their way to Peruvian Gulch during the 18th annual Survivors at the Summit benefit for Cancer Wellness House at Snowbird on Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014. The annual event symbolizes the challenges individuals face during the cancer journey, pays tribute to their courage and determination, honors the memory of people who have passed, and raises funds needed to provide quality-of-life programs at no charge to the community.
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