EdgeWalk at Toronto Ontario’s CN Tower
I don’t have a terrifying fear of heights, I would say it’s more of a “healthy” fear of heights, but even I am not sure I could do this. Toronto has been a place I have wanted to visit for a long time, mostly to see Niagara Falls though, not so much to stand atop the iconic CN Tower, with the full possibility of plummeting to my death..lol…. but hey, plans change, and although this looks risky, it looks pretty thrilling as well, and really… what’s life without a few thrills??
Strapped to a safety rail via a rolling harness system, groups of 6 are led out by trained EdgeWalk guides onto the 1.5 meter ledge encircling the tower. As if just being out there isn’t enough to make you wet your pants, guests are pushed to their limits, being invited to lean over the side of Toronto’s CN Tower at a staggering height of 1,168 ft. above the ground! Open to ages 13 to 90 Edge walk is sure to pacify even the craziest of thrill seeker. In 2011, the Guinness Book of World Records added EdgeWalk as the highest external walk on a building.
Do you think you could EdgeWalk???
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