Every Step Counts
Experience the climb of your life at one of our 43 Fight For Air Climbs taking place in skyscrapers across the country.
What is a Fight For Air Climb?
No elevator. No escalator. We're taking the stairs… to the very top of some of America's most iconic skyscrapers. Join us at the American Lung Association's signature indoor event series, the Fight for Air Climb.
This celebratory, stair-climbing adventure is for you, whether you just ran a marathon or just rolled off the couch. All are welcome, regardless of age or athletic ability.
How you climb is up to you. Sprint to the top or take it one step at a time.
You can climb solo, but it's way more fun on a team of family, friends or coworkers.
Climb for the shared challenge. Climb for the camaraderie. Climb for a world free of lung disease.
Save your spot on the ground floor today!
Fight For Air Climb Events Postponed through May 31
Out of an abundance of caution, the American Lung Association has postponed the Fight For Air Climbs through May 31 for the safety of our participants, volunteers, staff and partners. As soon as we have new dates secured, we will post it and be in touch.
There are no upcoming events at this time. Please check back later.
There are no events available at this time. Please check back later.
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Saving Lives Through Research, Education, and Advocacy
Breathing is essential to life. From our first breath to our last, every breath counts. That's why the American Lung Association is dedicated to supporting healthy lungs and clean air, making an impact in your community and across the nation.
Funding $165 million in lung health research.
Serving 37.5 million Americans with lung disease.
Fighting for 326 million Americans' right to breathe clean air.