Could you climb the Empire State Building for Empire Fighting Chance?
It’s 86 flights of stairs – 1,576 stairs to the top of the Empire State Building could you complete the #EmpireStateOfMind Challenge?
You could climb 1,576 steps up your staircase at home, or climb 86 flights of stairs at work, whatever stairs you have access to this summer take on the challenge and help us to transform more young lives through boxing. Use Strava to track your progress and get your friends and family involved at a safe social distance! Lockdown has been a hard time for lots of people, so why not use the new ease in restrictions get active whilst taking on one of the greatest fundraising challenges of all time.
How to get involved: Once you’ve decided to take on the challenge, all you need to do is to create a JustGiving page. Your fundraising target is up to you, raise as much as you can or why not try and raise £86 for the 86 flights of stairs?! Click here to start!
If climbing the stairs isn’t your thing, why not take on one of our stay home adventures and use your local area to keep busy and challenge yourself!
Climb Mount Everest (8,848m) Mount Everest is Earth’s highest mountain above sea level standing at 8,848m above sea level, the giddy heights of Everest’s summit are the same height as trekking to the top of Bristol’s Park Street 152.6 times! You could do it in one weekend or cover the elevation a little bit every day! If you know another steep hill near where you live, use that hill instead! All you need to do is find out the elevation and let Strava do the recording for you.
Cycle from London to Paris (311 miles) London to Paris is a fantastic cycling challenge so don’t let Coronavirus hold you back as you can cycle from London to Paris without leaving the South West. 22.4 laps of the Bristol and Bath Railway Path will give you the same cycle challenge, without the travel risk. If you know another route or want to cycle a little bit every day around where you live, all you need to do is track the miles on Strava until you get to 311 miles to complete the challenge!
Swim the length of the English Channel (21 miles) Crossing the 21 miles between the UK and France by just splashing your arms and legs in open water is no mean feat. As a crow flies it works down to 1,352 lengths of a 25m swimming pool You can swim your 21 miles any way you wish, just keep track of the miles you’ve covered using Strava and don’t forget to upload them to your JustGiving page as evidence of all your hard work!
We are here to help
If you require any support creating a route or setting up your fundraising page please email email@example.com to get things started! If you have a challenge in mind that is not listed above, we would love to hear from you! Whatever challenge you want to take on this summer we hope you choose to be part of TeamEmpire.