Saturday, April 27, 2019
The Bow Building
500 Centre St SE, Calgary, AB
 

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February is Free for Grade Three!

Now say that three times fast! We are rolling out something new this year in hopes more kids will join the fun at the Climb for Wilderness. Starting February 1, 2019 we are offering free registration to students in grade three who register alongside a parent or guardian. There are limited spots available, so sign  Continue Reading »

It’s Climb Time!

Hello and welcome back to the Climb for Wilderness! As we’re getting closer to the event, we have some news to share. Updated this year is a new discounted registration fee as well as a special rate for children under 15! Get ready to climb all 1,204 stairs of the Bow tower to help support  Continue Reading »

2018 Climb for Wilderness Update

Planning is well under way as we get ready for the 2018 Climb for Wilderness and there’s lots of news to report. Many of our supporters have returned and their generosity means everything. From a great venue – the Bow glass walled staircase to climb with great views all thew way to the top, free  Continue Reading »

Highlights from the 2017 Climb for Wilderness

Thanks to everyone that came to the 2017 Climb for Wilderness! Here’s some of our favourite moments: 20 month old Karina Eustace Wallis, walked up all 1188 steps, one at a time, with the odd break for a treat or a little chat while her mom, Lindsey Wallis and her dad, Kyle Eustace watched carefully  Continue Reading »

26th Climb for Wilderness – A Resounding Earth Day Celebration!

Alberta Wilderness Association’s (AWA) 26th Climb for Wilderness surpassed expectations as climbers, volunteers and supporters filled the stairwells of the iconic Bow Building, courtesy of Cenovus Energy Inc. Each step of the way, climbers showed support for wilderness and wildlife at the best Earth Day event in the west! More than 800 participants from babies  Continue Reading »

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