Climb for Healthy Lungs & Clean Air

at Hustle Chicago® Stair Climb


Hustle Chicago® stair climb will return to historic Soldier Field on Sunday, May 15, 2022. We have always been committed to providing a safe, fun, and memorable climb. An outdoor event allows us to once again offer the great experience you expect, while adding some new event enhancements, and keeping climber safety top of mind.

Respiratory Health Association (RHA) has proudly hosted our world-class stair climb in downtown Chicago for 24 years. The support of loyal climbers like you helps us continue our work toward healthy lungs and clean air for all.

In December of 2021, with the increase of COVID-19 cases from the recent variants;  RHA along with our building partners at 875 N. Michigan Ave. determined it would be best to postpone our return to the building until 2023.

Hustle Chicago will continue to deliver what you have come to expect, while making sure everyone is safe and healthy. As part of our planning, we continue to follow the latest local, state, and federal public health guidelines around COVID-19. As in past years, medical professionals will be onsite clearly identifiable throughout the duration of the event. 

UPDATE: RHA will follow any local, state, federal, or venue protocols required at the time of the event. There is currently no mask requirement for outdoor events, and they will not be required at Soldier Field. While the 2022 event will not require participants to provide proof of vaccination for entry, we strongly encourage all participants to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Virtual registration closes Sunday, May 15! Register here or through the button below. Thank you to everyone who has registered to join us in-person at Soldier Field.

If you have questions, please send a note to [email protected].

We appreciate your support and hope to see you in May at Soldier Field!

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Be part of Chicago’s iconic fitness event and help people living with asthma, COPD, lung cancer, and other lung diseases. Every year, thousands of people climb to raise funds for Respiratory Health Association’s education, research and policy change efforts. Sign up to receive emails from us about the event or other RHA activities.