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Climb It for Change

2 Days, 1776 Steps, 1 goal

Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14

WWF'S CN TOWER CLIMB FOR NATURE

Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14, 2019

Climbing the CN Tower is a rare and exhilarating opportunity to take 1,776 meaningful steps towards a future where nature and wildlife thrive. Register today to climb, enjoy the breathtaking view of Toronto from the tower's newly renovated observation deck and get your picture taken with WWF's panda mascot.

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There is only a $5 time chip fee and minimum fundraising amount of $120 to climb. Every dollar you raise and every step you take, is a step forward for nature. You can register to climb as an individual or with a team of colleagues, students or friends and family. For an extra challenge you can take on the Elite Climb to compete for the fastest time.

Whether this will be your first time climbing or your twentieth, the feeling of accomplishment when you reach the top never gets old.


HAVE FUN TOGETHER credit: James Carpenter

HAVE FUN TOGETHER

Create a team with friends, family or colleagues and step up for nature together.

REACH NEW PERSONAL HEIGHTS credit: naturepl.com / Steven Kazlowski / WWF

REACH NEW PERSONAL HEIGHTS

Challenge yourself to get fit and conquer Canada’s tallest tower.

WHEN YOU CLIMB, NATURE WINS credit: naturepl.com / Steven Kazlowski / WWF

WHEN YOU CLIMB, NATURE WINS

Funds raised will help support nature and wildlife in Canada and across the globe.






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          WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES

          Funds raised will support our mission to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which wildlife, nature and people thrive together.

          Our work focuses on:

          Arctic | Photo by: Lee Narrway

          ARCTIC

          Oceans | Photo by: Cat Holloway

          OCEANS

          Freshwater | Photo by: Tessa Macintosh

          FRESHWATER

          People | Photo by: Riccardo Celleree

          PEOPLE

          Species | Photo by: Vivek R. Sinha

          WILDLIFE

          CN Tower