After another epic week of climbing, the S. Anselm’s community of pupils, parents, alumni and staff are feeling on top of the world, having completed almost 41% of the challenge, 48,040 metres! With our return to school this week, we expect the competition to really hot up between parents, alumni and staff even further, but pupils must remember that they can still include their evening and weekend activities!
Accumulating 48,040 metres means that we have climbed Shishapangma (8027m), Gasherbrum II (8034m), Broad Peak (8047m), Gasherbrum I (8080m), Nanga Parbat (8125m), and K2 (8611m)!
Our mission leaders in the Form and House competitions so far are as follows:
Good work everyone but keep it up. Come on College, we need more entries!
Remember to send your photos in to Cheryl.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Challenge: full details
For those who haven’t got started yet, it’s not too late!
A good starting point is to watch this helpful explanatory video from Mr Simpson >>
To enter, you simply need access to a staircase to climb (many times), and/or a fitness device that can can track elevation/stairs climbed, every time your family go out for a walk or bicycle ride.
Let’s get cracking, there is no time to relax!
How to enter
You should enter the total elevation gained from your daily exercise, or stair/steps climb in metres (which makes it much easier for Mr Simpson to calculate).
If you are climbing steps/stairs, please only count the steps you go up – not those coming down – and then divide your total by four, which will give you an approximate figure in metres.
Don’t forget to send your photos in to email@example.com