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Join the Space Needle for its fifth annual Base 2 Space: Seattle’s Most Iconic Climb on Sunday, September 29, 2019. Scale the tower’s 832 open-air stairs and take in incredible views of downtown Seattle, Mt. Rainier, and the Puget Sound region’s surrounding beauty as you ascend to the top of Seattle’s most iconic landmark. As a participant, you will receive full access to the Space Needle's new revolving glass floor, plus a swag bag, t-shirt, and finishers medal. All donations raised will benefit Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the Space Needle Foundation.
Adult: $60 early bird registration ends June 30 | $75 registration begins July 1 | $175 minimum fundraising required
Youth (8-17 years old): $50 registration | $100 minimum fundraising required
To make the climbing experience unique and exciting for each participant, Base 2 Space features several wave types. All climbers must select a Competitive Wave or a Iconic Seattle Wave. All climbers will receive a finishers medal. However, to be eligible for a Base 2 Space trophy, climbers must sign up for either the Elite, Runner or Trotter Wave. To learn more or sign up for a wave, visit the wave info page.
Iconic Seattle Waves: The Iconic Seattle waves are open to walkers and non-competitive participants. This year’s featured Iconic Seattle waves are:
Wave Schedule: Please note these are the estimated start times for each wave. Climbers will select and confirm a group start time (or corral) when they select their wave type.
Why will you climb this year? Whether it’s in honor of a loved one who battled cancer, a celebratory moment for a survivor, or a personal fitness goal, we hope you will join us Sunday, September 29. We’re fortunate to have climbers like Jigna and Kiran who have made participating in Base 2 Space a family tradition. Why will you climb?
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