YMCA Stair Climb For Los Angeles

September 1, 2014 — Leave a comment

Reach for the sky and climb nearly 75 flights to the top of the West Coast’s tallest building during the 21st Annual Stair Climb for Los Angeles! Each step you take benefits impactful programs at the Ketchum-Downtown YMCA for children, teens, families, and seniors living in LA’s most under-resourced neighborhoods and helps raise vital funds.

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Climb up for a thrilling vertical race or step at your own pace. Just like the mission of Y programs, you will focus your energy upwards and feel a huge sense of accomplishment! Plus, you, friends, and family are sure to enjoy a great day filled with climbing, music, food, firefighters, and fun at the Race Expo.

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During this incredible annual event, participants from around the country race up 1,500 steps to the top of the U.S. Bank Tower in downtown LA in support ofKetchum-Downtown YMCA’s community programs.


Four-person teams combine their strength to conquer the tallest building West of the Mississippi, followed by public safety personnel in full uniform and the individual category as well.

Stair climbs are growing in popularity in Los Angeles as fundraisers


During and after the race, participants, friends, family, and downtown employees gather for the Race Expo celebration and awards ceremony on Hope Street and Hope Place.


Watch a video here.

WHAT: YMCA Stair Climb For Los Angeles
September 19, 2014 
US Bank Tower | 633 West 5th Street | Los Angeles, CA 90071


CONTACT INFO: stairclimb@ymcala.org or (213) 639-7453

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