BridgeClimb provides the ultimate experience of Sydney, with guided climbs to the top of the world famous Sydney Harbour ... More
BridgeClimb provides the ultimate experience of Sydney, with guided climbs to the top of the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge , 134 metres (440 feet) above Sydney Harbour . Climbers can choose from one of three amazing climb adventures - The Bridge Climb, The Discovery Climb or The Express Climb. All Climbs are available at dawn, during the day, at twilight and at night. BridgeClimb has also recently opened the Sydney Harbour Bridge Visitor Centre. This new centre features a Bridge exhibition and a high definition bridge cinema dedicated to sharing the stories of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Offering free entry, it is open to visitors of all ages who would like to learn more about Australia's iconic structure.
My sister and I was in Sydney for the New Years of 2010. We both did the bridge climb. It was the Best experience that we ever did. I would recommend that every-one that goes to Sydney to do the bridge climb. I was so very glad that I was able to see all of Sydney. The photo that we received after the climb, was so very good. It was so nice of them to give everyone a copy of your climb. You can also buy more if you like. koaladion5
I loved the bridge climb and when my husband and I go back we are going to climb the bridge again. To do the climb make sure you are wearing good solid shows (more like hiking boots not tennis shoes). The photos they take of you during the climb come out very nice.
Bridge Climb was the best and the most scariest thing I've done. Been lucky enough to do it 3 times already.
I'm not very good with heights but, stopping several times on the way up and down really helps if you get a bit of vertigo, well it did for me. I would highly recommend booking for the sunset climb. It's magical.
I did this walk at a time when I walked up in daylight and walked down at night. My sunset, unfortunately, was not spectacular as it was sprinkling and cloudy, but it did not deter at all from the walk. The 360 views are superior to anything else. There are several stops on the walk so the guide can take pictures of you. The hardest part of the walk is the series of three vertical (90 degree) ladders in a row - going up and going down. I have a bad knee and had a brace on, and I was fine. The climb itself is not bad. It's stairs. You go through a practice run with your harness and the ladder and walk on a short demo in the building. It cannot be safer. You are attached to the bridge before you actually get on it and do not get unattached until you are off it. It's a pricey attraction to do, but well worth every cent. Just don't forget to pack a pair of rubber soled shoes! Oh, and the some of the most fun was at the end when we were walking underneath the bridge, and the bats were coming out and flying off. (There were only a few.)
What an incredible adventure. At the pinnacle of the span, you are 400 feet above the water. The view is amazing. Especially at sunset. You are completely secure , anchored to the bridge superstructure in a waist level harness and safety cables on both sides of your body. There guide gives you safety insrtuctions and off you go. It takes about 45 minutes to an hour to ascend to the top. As your walk towards the top , the views will astound you. The harbor, the bay, the ocean, the skyline, the communications tower(similar to the Sapce Needle in Seattle,Washington,USA & the CN Tower In Toronto,Canada.)It is truly an unforgetable experience. It will leave an indelibe impression that you will be raving about. ENJOY!!
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