On September 19th, the youngest Wilgus boys will embark on a harrowing trek up Powderhouse Hill in South Berwick, Maine. Notorious among toddlers as one of the gnarliest 200 footers in York County, Maine, Powderhouse is known for its challenging terrain, unpredictable weather, and death defying pitches. This four season adventure destination is often the topic of chatter in local preschools where you can overhear young boys and girls alike bragging about their "sick turns", "nasty falls" and "epic summits". Jasper (3.5) and Merick (15 months) are putting their lives and reputations on the line in order to raise money for their favorite local nonprofit, Fair Tide, which provides housing and support for people who are homeless. Follow @expeditionuno on their intense training journey and as they attempt to summit without oxygen, donkeys, or a single sherpa. Show your support by making a tax-deductible donation today!