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Day Of Event Details

Parking and Driving Directions

Bank of America Center
390 North Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801


Event Day Schedule

When do I find out my start time?
Start times will be posted approximately 10 days prior to Climb Orlando. Team captains will receive a phone call with their start time, all participants will receive an email and text message with the information. Start times are based on how early a team registered for the event. The earlier you register, the earlier your start time!

What should I bring on event day?
Cash and check donations can be turned in at the registration tent. Food and beverages will be provided by Climb Orlando. The American Lung Association does not have a bag drop or storage options. Please leave purses and valuables in your vehicles. While a Kids Fun Zone will be present, please plan to have arranged for adult supervision for your child while climbing.

What can I bring in the stairwells?
You may only bring inhalers, iPods, cell phones, MP3 players into the stairwell with you. There will be water stations in the stairwell at the midway point. Due to building regulations, we do not allow participants to carry children while they climb in the stairwells.

Eat. Sleep. Climb. Repeat.

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Is this your 2nd, 5th, or even 10th time climbing with us?!  Show off your support with a Fight For Air Climb Alumni T-Shirt for only $20!  You can purchase these during the registration process or by calling our local office at 407-425-5864.  Thank You for making our Climb a success year after year and for helping those who are fighting for air!  


2018 Alumni Tanks/Shirts

Alumni Shirts will be ready for distribution at Packet Pick-Up & on Event Day! 

Awards

Award Ceremony location will be announced shortly! Please plan to stick around for a frosty brew, food, and celebrating climbers as we give out our top timing awards shortly after the last climber finishes.

Participants will receive their climb certificates shortly after completing the climb electronically which are easily shared on social media. Once at the top, all finishers will receive a medal. Awards will be given to the top three male and female finishers in each of the following age groups: 10-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+.

The following will be awarded trophies:

  • Top overall Female and Male.
  • Largest Team
  • Fastest Team
  • Highest Fundraising team
  • Highest Individual fundraiser

 

Safety Procedures and Climber Etiquette

To ensure the safety of all climbers and allow for the best experience, please pass slower climbers on the wall without the rail, and let them know you are coming from behind to pass. You should always climb on the rail side of the stairwell. Emergency teams will be located at the bottom and top in case you need assistance. Volunteers will be available at the water stations to notify them if you need help.

Trained medical personnel will be located at the mid-way point of the Climb as well as the 25th Floor.

Water Stations

Water stations are located at the mid-way point of the Climb as well as the 25th Floor. Water bottles are not allowed in the stairwells, as it is a safety hazard.

Passing

Always announce your presence and your intent to pass the slower climber. Climb on the rail side of the stairwell. Pass on the left side.

Children

Please note that all climbers must be at least ten years old by event day in order to participate. Any climber under the age of 18 must climb with an adult, and must not be left alone under any circumstances. For adults who climb at a faster pace, please note that your child may not be left unattended while you climb. Please make arrangements accordingly. Due to building regulations, your safety, and that of your child, child toting is not allowed.

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