Take a walk on the outside

TORONTO’S CN Tower has launched a vertiginous new attraction aimed at groups looking for an extreme experience.

A fearless group of thrillseekers prepare to test the CN Tower’s new EdgeWalk harness system, 116 stories over the streets of Toronto.

A fearless group of thrillseekers prepare to test the CN Tower’s new EdgeWalk harness system, 116 stories over the streets of Toronto.

EdgeWalk, which is located on the 116th storey of the Canadian skyscraper, allows visitors to walk around a five-foot wide ledge outside the building’s circular ‘pod’ section, whilst secured by a harness system.
Trained EdgeWalk guides encourage participants to push their personal limits, allowing them to lean over Toronto with nothing but air and breathtaking views of Lake Ontario, 1,168 feet beneath them.
The entire EdgeWalk experience, including an initial training session, lasts around 90 minutes, with half an hour devoted to the walk itself.
Each session involves a group of six people, and the ticket price includes a keepsake video, photos and certificate of achievement.
Participants will also receive a Total Tower Experience Ticket, which includes access to other attractions at the tower, including the Look Out gallery, the Glass Floor and the Sky Pod, 1,465 feet up.

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