Skyscraper Dash - Running
World Trade Centre, Malleshwaram West

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  • Skyscraper Run
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Skyscraper Dash, India's Biggest Tower Run is back to Bangalore on 9th August, 2015!

Come and join us for the thrill, the pain and the unique challenge to run up 850 stairs to the rooftop of Bengaluru's TALLEST COMMERCIAL BUILDING, the 31 storey WORLD TRADE CENTER in Malleswaram! Soak in some of the best views of the city from the top and join in our trademark rocking afterparty!

If you participated in last year's edition you know you are up for a lung busting, quad burning, vertical running treat! Come and better your time from last year.

If you are a first timer, come participate in a totally unique sport; stair running! Stair running is an established sport worldwide that we have brought to India. Stair running builds cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength and will help in your regular running as well.

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Starting from Rs 200 per person for 2 days, 1 night with cab and accommodation

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Brigade Gateway Campus, Dr Rajkumar Road, Malleshwaram West, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560055, India

More than 300 Happy travellers

"Stayed at the amazing Jungle Wood Resort in Coorg, literally in the middle of a Jungle. The house is a 200 year old house managed by a family who has been running this for years. The silence, peace and 'no phone service' makes you feel so connected to the nature. Highly recommended if you just wanna run away! Huge shoutout to @townista. This was my first #TownistaTrip. Brilliantly arranged and such a hassle free experience. Much recommended if you are planning your next trip."

Kabandi Saikia

"It really saved me time and effort. Had amazing time with my friends. Much needed break."

Nupur Nagawat

"Loved Townista package. Everything was perfectly arranged. Felt personal."