Climb date, time and location
You can climb anywhere, anytime time, between April 20 - June 09, 2024.
Tracking your steps
Once you hit your fundraising goal, you're all set to complete your climb on the date selected. You can sync your steps with a supported app or log them in manually once you've completed your climb.
The suggested fundraising goal is $125 per person. If you meet or surpass the goal within two weeks of your selected climb day you will receive your climb t-shirt and fundraising rewards. All t-shirts and rewards will be mailed after the event is complete and your fundraising has been submitted online. We’re here to help you reach your goal, so if you have any questions about fundraising just ask.
Since starting in Toronto 32 years ago, the WWF Climb for Nature Nature has become an annual tradition with more than 140,000 people climbing the iconic CN Tower’s 1,776 steps. Now, with the need for the climb greater than ever before, we’re bringing the climb across the country for the first time!
You can register to climb as an individual or with a team of friends, family, colleagues, or fellow students. Choose your number of steps and the date you will be climbing. Teams can be made up of individuals participating in both the in-person climbs and independent climbs.
There is no registration fee and your t-shirt and fundraising rewards will be mailed to you if you reach the $125 suggested fundraising goal.
Register today to climb and join a movement to protect and restore nature, reverse wildlife loss and fight climate change.
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How Your Climb Makes a Difference
Funds raised will support our ambitious 10-year plan to Regenerate Canada and
build a future with abundant wildlife, where nature and people thrive.
Restore at least one million hectares, regenerating lost complex ecosystems that provide essential wildlife habitat and sequester carbon in nature.
Steward at least 100 million hectares of vital ecosystems for wildlife and communities.
30 million tonnes
Reduce carbon emissions by 30 million tonnes by restoring carbon-rich habitats and protecting current carbon stores.