61 Flights. An Unbelievable View. A World Free of MS. 

March 2, 2019 | 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM | Location: 200 Clarendon Tower

Scrap the elevator and challenge yourself to an indoor vertical 5K at Climb to the Top Boston! Ascend 1,200 stairs to the top of New England’s tallest building, 200 Clarendon Tower, while raising critical funds to support people affected by MS. Registration is limited so secure your spot today before the event sells out!

Join us on Saturday, March 2 2019 at Clarendon Tower as we Climb to the Top for a world free of MS.


Registration Fee Schedule

Climber

- $35 July 7 - Oct. 3
- $45 Oct. 4 - Nov. 4
- $55 Nov. 5 - Jan. 10
- $65 Jan. 11 - Jan. 31
- $85 Feb. 1 - March 1
- $100 Day of event

Competitive Division Climber

- $35 July 7 - Oct. 3
- $45 Oct. 4 - Nov. 4
- $55 Nov. 5 - Jan. 10
- $65 Jan. 11 - Jan. 31
- $85 Feb. 1 - March 1
- $100 Day of event


Firefigher Climber

- $25 (no increase)

Virtual Climber

- $20 (no increase)

Volunteer

- (no fee)

Register

Hosted by:
bxp Boston Properties

Adam Lake - Most Inspirational Climber 2010

Event Details

The info you need to know about Climb to the Top in one place.

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Why I Climb

Fundraise

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Climb to the Top Teams

Teams

On a team? Starting a team? Teams make Climb to the Top incredible.

Teams ›
Peter Vermette and his dad

Sponsors & Offers

Thank you to our sponsors for their generous support.

Sponsors & Offers ›

Progress: 6.884%

Goal $300,000.00 Achieved $20,652.00

Top Teams

  1 -  Stinky MS ($4,935.00)
  2 -  The Vegan with the Lesions ($3,555.00)
  3 -  Healthworks ($1,405.00)
  4 -  UFit Cares & Climbs ($965.00)
  5 -  New England Spahtens ($875.00)

Top Participants

  1 -  Elizabeth Rossetti ($2,465.00)
  2 -  Denise Francis ($875.00)
  3 -  Mitchell Silva ($820.00)
  4 -  Caroline Silva ($785.00)
  5 -  Kerianne Wilson ($650.00)

Fueling Progress

We are the largest private funder of MS research in the world.
 
 
There are more therapies approved for treating MS — and more in the pipeline — than at any other time in history.
People affected by MS have access to more life-changing services than ever.