Do you live life on the edge? Do you want to? If you’ve ever been up to the lookout point of a towering skyscraper and wondered how it would feel to tempt fate, hop the guard rails and walk on the precipice of certain death, we have the past time for you. It’s called “edge walking,” and it consists of getting strapped into a harness, 1,168 feet above ground, on the roof of Toronto’s cloud-piercing CN Tower, and hanging back over the city that stands a quarter mile below. With just your toes on the edge, you’ll be able to capture an experience the likes of which you’ve only dreamed.
Tickets for CN Tower’s Edge Walk are $175 a pop and no one under the age of 13 is permitted to partake. As mentioned on the website, those who suffer from vertigo, dizziness, or loss of balance need not apply. So, bundle your wildest daredevil fantasies with your most visceral fears and book your Edge Walk reservation today.