Apple has set its latest Apple Watch Activity Challenge for August 25. This challenge is being organized to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Grand Canyon National Park.
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As first discovered by Kyle Seth Gray on Twitter this Apple Watch Activity Challenge requires you to complete a walk, run, hike or wheelchair training at least three miles away – something which happens to be the distance from the South Kaibab Trail to Cedar Ridge and back.
If you complete the challenge, Apple will reward you with exclusive tags in the Activity app, as well as animated stickers for use in Messages and FaceTime.
Here's how Apple describes this Activity Challenge:  August 25, earning an award inspired by the Grand Canyon National Park 100th Anniversary. Take a walk, run, walk or work out in a wheelchair at least three miles (4.8 km) – the distance from the South Kaibab Trail to Cedar Ridge and back.
Earlier this week, Apple held an Activity Challenge exclusively in China to celebrate the country's national fitness day. That challenge required 30 minutes or more of training in all categories. In June, Apple celebrated International Yoga Day with an Apple Watch Activity Challenge.
The Grand Canyon National Park anniversary challenge is remarkable because it requires a specific workout with a certain distance. Many activity challenges have only required time-based training.
Have you earned any of the exclusive Apple Watch Activity Challenge badges? Have you served them all? Let us know in the comments!
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