SkyPoint Sea To Sky Q1 Stair Challenge
1331 stairs to save over 3000 lives. Will You Step Up?
Ready to conquer the concrete monster? That's right friends, it's time to show Q1 who's boss. Australia's tallest stair race is just round the corner and the stakes are higher than ever.
On February 26, the SkyPoint Sea to Sky Q1 Stair Challenge will fly the red and yellow flag and climb to raise funds for Surf Lifesaving Queensland. Wait... How many stairs you cry?
If 1331 seems like a big number, try these on for size. Our lifesavers performed 352,807 volunteer patrol hours, 810,855 preventative actions and 3,660 rescues last year alone. Let's help our unsung heroes protect the ones we love.
The record-breaking race attracts over a thousand competitors including the second fastest stair climber in the world. But we're less about the clock and all about the ticker! Whether you run, walk or crawl your way to SkyPoint Observation Deck glory, you'll be jet-fuelled by community spirit and propelled by pure Gold Coast heart. Together we can leg it for charity and be part of something really BIG!
Gather your friends, family, work colleagues and the boss to cross the most magnificent finish line in the country. You can enter as a team, buddy-up or go it alone. Simply register in your favourite category and make a minimum pledge of $35 to Surf Lifesaving Queensland.
Stretch yourself like never before with fire fighters in full uniform; elite athletes; social walkers; fancy dress funsters; school teams; junior rockets and corporate crusaders to climb the spine of Australia's tallest building.
This year, SkyPoint and Activ8change hope a record number of participants will rise the challenge and raise record figures for a vital cause.
Faint of foot? You can still join the crusade with a direct donation or join us on the SkyPoint Observation Deck to cheer our brave climbers over the line.
Rally the troupes and don't forget to post your training pics with #seatosky17 for your chance to win a training session with top Australian Ironwoman, Courtney Hancock.
Let's dive in Gold Coast! Surf Lifesaving Queensland needs your help!