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You will be guided through the registration process. Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*); please make sure to fill out all required information. Check out the other registration tips on this page if you need additional help. Or give us a call or email at 416-484-7700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Elite Climb takes place right before the Sunday climb on April 16, 2023. Elite climbers competing for the fastest time (less than 15 minutes) can reserve a ‘first up the tower spot’ upon registration. Space is limited and a registration fee of $75 is required to secure your spot.
If you’re unable to climb or choose not to, there are a few ways you can still be part of WWF-Canada’s CN Tower Climb for Nature.
There is a registration fee of $25 for either of the Saturday and Sunday climbs.
There is a $75 registration fee for the Elite Climb to secure a spot for the ‘first up the tower’ opportunity.
The registration fee is non-refundable, non-receiptable and non-transferrable. This fee is not included in the minimum fundraising total that is required to be eligible.
The minimum fundraising amount for all climbers is $125 per climber.
Yes. When you get to the last step of the registration process, you will see a button that will allow you to choose to register your family member(s). If you are joining as a a group of families in different households you may wish to create a team (See FAQ on Teams).
You should receive a confirmation email a few minutes after you register, delivered to the email address provided during registration. There's a chance it may go into your spam folder so be sure to check there.
If you haven't received a confirmation email, please contact our events team at email@example.com or 416-484-7700.
Due to ongoing health concerns and after careful consideration with event and health and safety partners, the decision has been made to restrict the participation of the 2023 CN Tower Climb for Nature to those aged 16 and over on the day of the event, April 15 & 16, 2023.
If you have registered for the wrong climb, please let us know before event day by contacting our events team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact our events team at email@example.com or 416-483-7700.
If you’ve been in touch with WWF-Canada before or you receive emails from WWF-Canada, a username already exists for your email. An email should be sent to you with your username and password reset link within one hour of completing the registration form. If you do not receive the password you can reset your password here.
Yes. You can register on the day of the climb if there are still available spaces, you have the required fundraising minimum and check in on event day before 9:30 a.m. Remember, space is limited, so new climber registrations will depend on availability.
Climbers who register on the day of the event will have to provide their information on a pledge form and sign a waiver before they can climb. Climbers under the age of 18 that register on the day of the event are required to present a waiver signed by their parent or legal guardian.
Yes. All climbers who register online have already accepted the waiver during the registration process. Climbers who register on the day of the event (if space permits) will have to provide their information on a pledge form and sign a waiver before they can climb.
For climbers under 18 years of age, the online form requires that a parent or guardian is there to witness the acceptance of the waiver. A climber under the age of 18 registering on the day of the event is required to present a waiver signed by their parent or legal guardian. You can download the waiver from the “Fundraising tips” page. It can be printed off and signed before the event. This way, if the parent or guardian is not accompanying the climber, they do not have to be present when the waiver is handed in during event day check-in.
Climbers under 12 years of age must be at least 42 inches tall (or 3.5 feet) and accompanied by a registered adult climber during their climb.
The best way to create a team is have one person register a team and become team captain here. The team captain then shares the link to the Team Page (found in their registration confirmation email or in their Participation Center once logged in) and everyone can sign up using the JOIN TEAM button. The team captain can also invite team members directly through their Participant Centre.
There is a $25 registration fee to be paid when signing up and then there is a minimum fundraising goal of $125 for each team member to be reached before the event date to be able to participate. We have many fundraising tips to help everyone reach their goals here.
The benefit of being part of a team is as long as the total amount raised as a group (on each team member personal fundraising pages and on the team page), divided among the team members adds up to $125 each then everyone will qualify. This calculation takes place ‘manually’ at event day registration and is not reflected on our website.
Online donations, made on our secure website, are by far the best method for individuals to sponsor your climb. Your sponsors will immediately be sent their e-receipts. Your personal fundraising page will register new donations towards your fundraising goal as soon as they have been made online.
When dealing with cash and/or cheques from donors, you have two options:
For online donations a tax receipt will automatically be issued for donations of $5 or more. Tax receipts for online donations are automatically emailed from our system. If you donated and have not received your receipt, please contact our events team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-484-7700.
For offline donations of $20 or more, you will receive a tax receipt in the mail after the event.
You can see the list of top individual and team fundraisers on the bottom of the climb homepage.
The Platinum Panda Experience is a front of the line experience awarded to climbers who have gone above and beyond to fundraise over $1,000. Platinum Panda climbers will check in to climb in the exclusive Platinum Panda lounge where everything from coat check to coffee, snacks and prizing will be taken care of. They will be personally escorted from the Metro Toronto Convention Centre to the CN Tower and bypass all lines to begin their climb.
Climbers who choose to donate their prizes back at registration are still eligible to receive the Platinum Panda Experience and their personalized climb T-shirt.
Yes, there is a limit. As a security control, the system allows up to 500 contacts to be emailed at one time.
If you would like to send an email to all your contacts, and have more than 500 contact emails, you can divide your list and send the email in blocks of up to 500.
Please contact our Events Team at email@example.com or 416-484-7700 for assistance making any changes to the team captain
WWF-Canada's CN Tower Climb for Nature begins with event day check-in at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC), Hall C, North Building. All climbers must check in and obtain a timing device and security wristband before heading to the nearby CN Tower.
The Saturday climb on Saturday, April 15, 2023 takes place between 6 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. All climbers must check in on event day by 9:30 a.m. in order to climb. If you do not check in by 9:30 a.m., you will not be able to climb.
The Sunday climb takes place on Sunday, April 16, 2023 between 7 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. All climbers must check-in on event day by 9:30 a.m. in order to climb. If you do not check in by 9:30 a.m., you will not be able to climb.
Elite climbers competing for the fastest time on Sunday, April 16, 2023 will check in between 6 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. to climb at 7 a.m. You must be able to climb the CN Tower in under 15 minutes in order to participate as an Elite climber. Space is limited. There is a $75 registration fee for participating in the Elite Climb. This fee is non-refundable, non-transferrable and not eligible for a tax receipt. The registration fee is not included in the minimum fundraising total that is required to be eligible to climb. Elite climbers are eligible for the fastest male, fastest female, and fastest nonbinary prizes.
Absolutely no items are allowed to accompany you during your climb. No mobile phones, camera, purses, water bottles, water packs, backpacks, headphones, etc. will be permitted. If you are unsure, please ask one of the staff at the registration desk. Free coat check will be provided at registration so that you can store your items.
CN Tower security will turn you away at the tower if you have anything in your pockets.
Small fanny packs or zippered pockets will be permitted for the purposes of carrying identification, medical devices (i.e. inhalers) and keys only.
Hydrating stations will be available in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre before you climb and water will be available at the top of the CN Tower after you exit the stairwell.
Yes, you can register on the day of the climb if there are still available spaces, you have the required fundraising minimum and check in on event day before 9:30 am. Remember, space is limited, so new climber registrations will depend on availability.
Fundraising rewards are our way of recognizing you for your support and great fundraising work. If you are eligible, your fundraising rewards will be available after your climb in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC), Hall C, North Building along with your T-shirt.
Rewards for fundraising amounts of $1,000 or more may not be awarded at the event. If they are not awarded at the event, they will be mailed to climbers shortly after the climb.
All climbers who meet the fundraising minimum are entitled to a free climb T-shirt. You will be able to pick it up near the event day check-in at the MTCC after you complete your climb.
WWF-Canada takes the safety and security of event participants, supporters, volunteers and staff very seriously and closely monitors the COVID-19 situation related to all in-person events.
All activities carried out during WWF’s 2023 CN Tower Climb for Nature, will adhere to all federal, provincial, territorial and municipal guidelines and emergency measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 which apply to the Event, including the Government of Canada travel, safety and security requirements found at https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html
Additionally, WWF-Canada is ensuring additional safety protocols are in place, including, but not limited to, increasing minimum age of participation to 16 years of age, significantly reducing maximum attendance per day, implementing timed arrival waves to manage flow and congestion, and making masks and hand sanitizer available.
WWF-Canada and affiliated partners will take whatever measures necessary to ensure the safety of all participants, volunteers, employees and the public, including reserving the right to cancel, postpone or alter the event at any time.