Reach new heights for yourself and nature.
WWF’s CN Tower Climb for Nature has become an annual tradition, with more than 135,000 people climbing the iconic CN Tower’s 1,776 steps over the past 30 years. Now, with the need for the climb greater than ever before, we’re expanding to include a brand-new climb in Vancouver and an option to participate from anywhere in Canada!
Right now, humanity is on a seemingly irreversible path. But there is still time to keep biodiversity loss and climate change from reaching catastrophic levels if we step up to the challenge now.
CN Tower, Toronto
April 20-21, 2024
Climb the iconic CN Tower and take 1,776 meaningful steps towards a brighter future.
Late spring 2024 (date tbc)
Climb in the electric energy of a venue filled with wildlife lovers.
April 20 - June 09, 2024
Climb your way, in your own neighbourhood. Choose your date and number of steps.
There is a registration fee of $25 and minimum fundraising amount of $125 for the Vancouver and Toronto in-person climbs. There is no registration for the self-directed (anywhere) climb.
Children aged 17 and under can register for free until January 31, 2024 by inviting a child to a group registration, or using the promo code PandaPaws. For the CN Tower Climb the minimum age to partipcate is 13 years of age on event day.
Every dollar you raise and every step you take is a step toward a brighter future for nature. You can register to climb as an individual or with a team of friends, family, colleagues, or fellow students.
Step up for nature and wildlife today!
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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.