Bringing you some of the craziest and most extreme adventures from around the globe has this week brought us to Toronto, Canada to the world’s highest hands-free walking experience; EdgeWalk – around the CN Tower at a magnificent 1,168ft (356m) in the air!
Wearing some hefty harnesses attached to an overhead rail, dare-devils walk around the outside of the tower in groups of 6-8 with some quite spectacularly breath-taking views of Canada’s largest city, Lake Ontario and Buffalo, NY.
The trained guides at the top of the tower encourage the thrill-seeking customers around the famous Tower’s main pod, enticing and encouraging them to push the adrenaline and lean back over the edge – a frightening feat considering the height and magnitude of what is actually going on!
EdgeWalk lasts for 90 minutes in total, with the actual outdoor-experience totalling around 30minutes – and costs $175 (£108) including a commemorative video.
Edge-Walk is safe! Being the world’s highest hands-free walk of course has sky-high safety stipulations, and these international safety & security standards are of course met and adhered to.
This costs roughly about the same as The Highest Bungee Jump in the UK – so what do you think is more extreme, and which would you rather do?