Jul
13
2012

Are you brave enough for CN Tower's EdgeWalk?

Walk outside at 356 metres above ground

Last summer’s opening of EdgeWalk at the CN Tower in Toronto, Ont., was a hit so big, it landed right out of the park and 356 metres (that’s 116 storeys) up. The handrail-free walk atop the CN Tower instantly gave the 36-year-old landmark its mojo back. For $175 plus tax, you can slip into a red walk suit and harness, clip into an overhead rail system above the landmark and tiptoe out onto the 1.5-metre-wide platform. And as if walking above skyscrapers wasn’t thrilling enough, sadistic guides conduct heart attack-inducing drills like “toes over Toronto” where you lurch over the edge, face-forward, or try hands-free leanbacks that make the 90-minute experience seem like an eternity. In a good way. Feel free to fast-forward the complimentary DVD, anyway. The seasonal experience ends in October.

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