BOISE, Idaho — They conquered cancer. Now they're climbing for a cure.

The ladies of Expedition Inspiration are taking on the tallest mountains.  

At the end of July, a team of nine breast cancer survivors from Idaho climbed the iconic Grand Teton Mountain in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.

It's a fundraiser for Expedition Inspiration, a Boise-based nonprofit that raises money for breast cancer research.  

The climb team has brought in nearly $20,000 this year.

As they say, "until there's a cure, there's a climb."

"It was life-changing for the mountain climb itself and for the camaraderie, the new friends I made was life-changing," said cancer survivor Diane Hughes.

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"You're facilitating a really magical growth within somebody, the psychosocial, the emotional, the physical. There are so many wonderful benefits of climbing and being in the mountains. So I get to reap those benefits as well," said mountain climber Hailey Malepeai.

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The team climbed Idaho's tallest peak, Mount Borah, last year.

Next year they plan to climb Mount Rainier in Washington.  

This Sunday morning at 6:30 on Viewpoint, hear more about what it's like for these courageous survivors to look down from the tallest mountains after winning the uphill battle against breast cancer. 

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