7 Wonders of the World
We couldn't stop at seven, so we've packed 23 of the most spectacular man-made constructions and natural wonders of the world into one amazing challenge.
Sure there's the Taj Mahal, Great Pyramid of Giza and Great Barrier Reef. But what about the amazing Bell Rock Lighthouse? And who would have thought the London Sewage System is a wonder of the world?!
The more steps you record, the more Wonders of the World are revealed. It's a virtual journey that leaves you admiring mother nature and the ingenuity of mankind, and is guaranteed to amaze, delight and get you racing out the door for more steps.
About this Challenge:
Walk with Attitude BINGO! Mini Challenges
Get on the fast-track to 10,000 steps!
There's more to achieving 10,000 steps than simply clipping on a pedometer. We'll show you smart ways to boost your daily step count and inspire you to take more steps everyday by using our offline BINGO! mini challenges! (Choose the set that is most suited to your daily step goal.)
10,000 steps a Day Walking Program
An easy-to-use plan to help you build up to 10,000 steps a day over the upcoming weeks. You can download it from under the 'Challenge Guide' Tab.
You can select your final destination, and choose to collect 1, 2 or all 3 trophies.
Trophy: Bronze – Destination: Christ the Redeemer – Steps: 242,500
Trophy: Silver – Destination: Hanging Gardens of Babylon –
Trophy: Gold – Destination: Great wall of China –
The Turbo Boost multiplier for this challenge is a multiplier of 1.5 between waypoints. We highly recommend walkers who consistently log 12,500 plus steps a day to Turbo Boost your challenge.
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Enjoy, a healthy dose of inspiration
We can all do with a little extra support, so we've packed loads of helpful walking tips and expert advice into 6 weekly challenge emails. They'll be waiting to help you take a step in the right direction in your e-mail inbox.
Steps / Activity
All your pedometer and activity minutes will be recorded against this challenge. We recommend you wear a pedometer to record your daily step count.