Where to meet
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Korbacher Str. 8, 34508 Willingen (Upland)
When
September 07, 2020
Times
3:30 PM - 7:00 PM

The teamwork challenge taking you to new heights

 

On is back with the Run Your Local Mountain challenge and this time, we’re reaching for new heights. We smashed the 10,000,000 m goal last year by more than double. More than 80,000 runners participated from Japan, to Slovenia, to France, to New Mexico. This year, we’re aiming higher. 40,000,000 m high to be precise. But it only works when we do it together. As a team. Around the world. 

You have the individual goal of logging 200 m in elevation on Strava. But there’s no limit so go as high as you want! Every meter counts. 

We crushed it once. Let’s do it again. 


What you need to know:

MEETING POINT: Korbacher Str. 8, 34508 Willingen (Upland)

WHEN: September 7th

TIME: From 3.30pm to 7pm

 

Join On and Schuh und Sporthaus Kleine on September 7th to run your local mountain Osterkopf. All abilities are welcome to join in.

Don’t forget to check COVID guidelines – we want everyone to stay safe, have fun, and gain those meters!

 

1. Sign-up to show up!

  • Complete the sign-up form to join in

2. Track your elevation

  • Use a smartphone app or GPS device to track your activity in the RYLM Strava challenge. If you don’t have Strava, don’t worry! You can still join in.

3. Run Your Local Mountain

  • Go as slow or as fast as you want - all that matters is elevation

4. Celebrate & claim your prize

  • Log your elevation and punch the air! You did it. There’s a free pair of socks waiting for you.
  • Keep up with the Run Your Local Mountain challenge homepage - will we reach 40,000,000m? 

 

Logistics & additional information:

Bag drop available (at your own risk)

 

Can’t make it to the meeting point? Head out to gain your elevation solo style. Upload it to Strava and be part of the worldwide team effort!

Let's run this local mountain!

Your On team

Osterkopf

Run Your Local Mountain Osterkopf with Schuh und Sporthaus Kleine

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