That's because there's going to be quite the sight to see.
On Saturday, March 1, firefighters plan on climbing a stair climber for six hours straight to raise money for charity. And the'll be fully suited up while doing so.
Murrieta Fire Captain Matt Corelli tells Murrieta Patch that, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., a half dozen firefighters will take turns on the machine, while wearing full fire gear-- which weighs approximately 35 pounds.
Meanwhile, a collection of money will take place for their overall contribution to the “Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Scott Stair Climb” event in Seattle, Washington on March 9.
"This year, Firefighter Andy Stang and Firefighter Brandon Roach will be
traveling to compete and contribute to the charity," Corelli said. "[Last year] Firefighter Andy Stang completed the race and raised over $1,000 dollars as he proudly represented the City of Murrieta."
In total, last year's main event in Seattle helped raise more than $2 million, he said.
During that event, firefighters from all over the world compete to race up 69 flights of stairs inside the Columbia Center in full gear.
Saturday's event takes place in front of the Murrieta Albertsons , 41000 Cal Oaks Road.