As some of you may already know, I’m participating in the CN Tower Climb on Saturday April 16th. If you’re seeking a fun challenge, I invite you to join me on Team HMF. This is a great opportunity to push your physical limits, meet new people and support a worthwhile cause!
I’ve done this before and the reason that I like it is that in addition to supporting WWF Canada (World Wildlife Fund), it allows me to connect with my HMF community while being active and having fun. Although, steady-state stair climbing will rarely make it into my regular training routine, I am grateful that I have a body that is physically able to climb almost 1,800 stairs for charity and for fun.
See below for more information about the 2016 CN Tower Stair Climb on Saturday April 16th:
* Each participant is asked to donate or fundraise a minimum of $100 to be eligible to climb
* There are 1,776 steps to climb
* Check-in is at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Hall C, North Building. All climbers must check-in to get their timing device and security wristband before heading over to the CN Tower
*Climbers aren’t permitted to carry anything, but hydrating stations will be available just before entering the CN Tower stairwell entrance and a bottle of water will be provided to each climber as they exit the stairwell at the top
*It usually takes climbers 30-40 minutes to reach the top (our average HMF client takes 20)
*There are paramedics every 10 flights of stairs and you can stop and take breaks as needed
*For more info on the climb, FAQ’s, and to register, go here:
*To climb with me, register for the public climb on Saturday April 16
*Select “Join a Team” and search for Team HMF
*We will then email you directly with where to meet that morning
See you at the top!