Q: Do I have to run a certain amount of miles each day, or can I break it up and run more on the weekends?
A: We're not here to write your running, walking or hiking schedule. Run/walk the miles as you please, log them, and as long as you hit your route distance by February 28 you would have met the challenge.
Q: Do I have to run the whole way?
A: No. You can run or walk.
Q: Do treadmill miles count? What about Trail miles?
A: Treadmills or trails, roads or tracks, hilly or flat, rain or shine, miles are miles! All miles count!
Q: I'm running in another race during the same period as the Climb Kili race, can I count those miles towards the challenge?
A: We'll allow it.
Q: Can I backdate my mileage?
A: Yes, we will allow a two week grace period.
Q: Which miles/kilometers count?
A: So yea, we can't be watching over you every step of your day but here's how we feel about miles/KMs that count.
If you're going out to exercise, those count. If you go out to run, count them. You hit the treadmill, count them. So maybe disregard the Fitbit that takes count of every motion you make and just count what you're focused on doing when you go for a workout.
Q: How will I report my miles?
A: Refer to the "Tracking Mileage" section for full details.