Climb4Change

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Be a part of the change!

Climb4Change is a unique racing event that offers various timed races on the 200-step Challenge Hill at Philip S. Miller Park. Participants ascend 178 feet at least once in any one of the four climb challenges. There is also a non-timed fun run / walk that families can enjoy together on their own anywhere in the park.

Proceeds from this event are used to provide scholarships, purchase adaptive equipment, and provide access to a wide variety of activities for adults and children with cognitive and physical disabilities. 

Learn more about the Town's Adaptive Recreation Program.

Saturday, May  22, 2021
6:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

  1. Events
  2. Registration
  3. 2021 Fees
  4. Schedule

There are five different events to choose from:

  • Power Hour - Up and down the stairs as many times as you can for 60 minutes! Three start hours to choose from.
  • ClimbNRun 5K / 10K - Climb the stairs, down the switchbacks, and run the trail! Pick your distance.
  • Trail Reps - up the stairs, down the trail, and repeat! You’ve got 30 minutes.
  • Race to the Top - one time, that’s it! Can you beat the course record?
  • Run4Fun - Don’t feel like climbing? Walk, jog or run anywhere on the trails on your own. This non-timed event does not include a unique medal. This can be done at any time during the event away from the official start area.

More information

While registration includes a finisher medal, T-shirt and prizes, event items will be available for purchase while supplies last. Proceeds benefit the Adaptive Recreation program.

  • Hoodie - $28
  • T-shirts - $16
  • Medals - $12 

Event parking will be available at Philip S. Miller Park. However, the lot adjacent to the Miller Activity Complex will be reserved for MAC patrons.

Volunteer opportunities

Contact the Race Director for more information.  

Thank you to our 2019 participants