Saying you've climbed one of the world's tallest and Toronto's most recognized landmarks is one good reason.
The 25th Annual Canada Life CN Tower Climb for WWF-Canada is an exciting and exhilarating event you don’t want to miss. That’s another good reason.
You'll also get a chance at great fundraising rewards for all your hard work! That's a fantastic third reason.
But there is even more at stake. When you climb, you're making a difference.
The polar bear traversing our great white north. The right whale breaking the surface of the sea. The rare Spirit bear expertly fishing for salmon in the river.
This is exactly what you are helping us conserve when you climb the CN Tower and raise funds to secure a healthy and thriving planet! Take a look at some of the successes that WWF-Canada has been able to accomplish with help from our donors so far!
With dedicated people like you on our side we can tackle major conservation issues to help safeguard the habitats of hundreds of species and make groundbreaking progress towards habitat sustainability.
So, you help our planet and have fun! Make the Climb your tradition every spring!!
Need more inspiration? Check out why others choose to climb:
- Public Climber Wendy Ho
- Team Challenge Climbers:
- Youth Group Climber Alyssa Tang
Why will you climb?
Don't delay…register today for a pawsitively good time! SPACE IS LIMITED! Online registration is fast, easy and secure. We will keep you up-to-date with our latest news and help you fundraise. It's as easy as 1-2-3.
Don't think you can do it? Don’t worry; you don’t have to be as fast as a cheetah. Most people take between 30-40 minutes to climb the CN Tower. Take your time, go at your own pace and you will be at the top before you know it. You can take a short break on the landings if you need to. We have trained medical staff inside the staircase to encourage you to the top of the CN Tower.
Interested in more information about WWF-Canada financial stewardship plan? You can check out our Where the Money Goes infographic.
WWF-Canada is part of the global conservation network (World Wildlife Fund). Its mission is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.