If you’ve ever thought of climbing the CN Tower stairs, now is your chance. Fulfill your athletic dreams this spring and sign up for the WWF-Canada’s CN Tower Climb for Nature.

After a three-year hiatus, the annual fundraising event welcomes eager climbers on April 15 and 16, 2023 to face 1,776 steps up the CN Tower.

“Right now, humanity is on a seemingly irreversible course. With climate change impacts increasing and a million species worldwide at risk of extinction, the need for the climb is greater than ever,” shares organizers.

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“Climbing the CN Tower is a rare and exhilarating opportunity to help WWF-Canada reverse the course our planet is on by taking 1,776 meaningful steps towards a brighter future where nature and wildlife thrive.”

All you need to do is register as an individual or part of a team and pay the $25 registration fee. A minimum fundraising amount of $125 is required to climb.

It’s important to note that this year, participation is restricted to climbers aged 16 and up.

So whether you’d like to face this tremendous feat on your own or tackle the challenge with coworkers, friends, family, etc, make sure to register online.

It’s time to start training.

CN Tower Climb for Nature

When: April 15 and 16
Where: CN Tower