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Outdoor-Fit EVEREST Cardio Climber

Original price $7,995.00 - Original price $7,995.00
Original price
$7,995.00 - $7,995.00
Current price $7,995.00

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Compact, cost effective, and completely safe, the EVEREST Cardio Climber is designed for any fitness level or ability.

The Everest Cardio Climber replicates climbing a set of stairs continuously. It allows the user to choose their step height and workout intensity based on their personal fitness level, and users can choose between strength or cardio mode. With no added resistance, the user’s cadence and stroke range determine the resistance and workout intensity.


Unlike many outdoor cardio fitness machines, the EVEREST is designed with proper exercise biomechanics to ensure user safety and reduce the risk of injury.

The EVEREST fits almost any user ages 13+ with no adjustment needed.


Based on the user's foot positioning and stroke range, they can choose between a strength-focused or cardio-focused workout. This versatility provides well-rounded exercise opportunities that cater to the users fitness goals and promote a balanced approach to health and strength conditioning.


Climbing stairs continuously is one of the most intense and effective cardiovascular workouts. The Everest Outdoor Cardio Climber allows users of all fitness levels to get an intense and effective cardio workout while providing an outlet to burn energy and manage stress.

Product Details

The EVEREST Cardio Climber is built to maximize indoor or outdoor exercise areas.


  • One (1) user
  • One (1) station
  • Two (2) exercise modes
  • Weatherproof and tamperproof
  • 15-year warranty

Technical Specifications

Width:   30” / 77 cm

Length: 46” / 117 cm

Height: 70” / 178 cm

Weight: 280 lbs / 127 kg

Fall Height: 84” / 213cm

Use Zone: 6’0 x 4’8”

Shipping Weight: 325 lbs / 147 kg

Shipping Dimensions: 36” wide x 80” long x 24” high / 91 cm wide x 203 cm long x 61 cm high

Instructional Placards: Reverse print with UV-stabilized ink on 1/4” thick Lexan. Bolted to the columns with a stainless steel trim ring using stainless steel carriage bolts.

Frame: Constructed of 3/16” and 1/4” thick heavy-duty steel. All fasteners are tamperproof stainless steel carriage bolts with a smooth, rounded head and square neck. The locking nuts are shielded behind a padlocked access hatch. Footpads are constructed using heavy-duty aluminum checkered treadplate for anti-slip.


  • All parts have surfaces prepped and cleaned of all mill scale, rust, oils, and dirt using shot blast and/or chemical wash.
  • Primer coat is applied with epoxy zinc-rich primer (3-4 mil thickness) and cured in oven.
  • Primer designed for superior rust protection. Tested for 3000 hours of salt spray resistance.
  • Top finish coat is applied with TGIC-FREE weather-resistant polyester powder (3-4 mil thickness) and cured in oven.
  • Tested for 1500 hours of salt spray resistance.
  • All parts inspected to be free of paint defects prior to shipping.

Accessibility: It is the manufacturers’ opinion that the Everest Cardio Climber conforms to the A.D.A. accessibility standard, assuming an accessible protective surfacing is provided or within the entire use zone.



  • Make sure entire foot is on each foot pad, maintaining heel contact 
  • Keep upright posture and use handgrips for support
  • Move foot pads in slow, controlled movement, maximizing stroke range without “banging” into top or bottom
  • Keep pads moving in a continuous “lunge” motion, focusing on keeping heel in contact with foot pad during stroke
  • Increase cadence as you feel comfortable to maximize exercise value


  • Place the ball and arch of foot on respective foot pad
  • Keep upright posture and use handgrips for support
  • Begin moving foot pads, keeping pressure on the balls of your feet
  • This should feel as though you are running up a flight of stairs
  • Increase cadence as you feel comfortable to maximize exercise value
  • For best results, complete a HIIT workout


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