Oh My God, what a trip, one of the highs of my trip, for someone thats not great with heights would 100% go back and do it again. Only dislike was it too ages to do it,
We were a group of about 10 middle aged people and we found it fun and challenging and sooooo worth it! Several of us were afraid of heights and -in the end- found it not that terrifying at all. Do it! You won't regret it!
Little bit scary at times climbing up to the top, but felt safe at all times. Loved hearing the history of the bridge and the local area during the tour and the view at the top was amazing. If you are in Sydney then you must do this.
The walking via the Harbout Bridge never tires me. The views and scenery are changing by hour, not to mention the seasons. If you are in Sydney for a short time, surely you must walk it at least once. If you are here for longer make it a number of times. I am sure you will find a piece of... More
When it was built, it was the largest bridge in the world. It is still a wonder, especially from the very top of the arch! The care and attention to the details of the Bridgeclimb Tour is thoroughly impressive. It includes 45 minutes of safety orientation and "packaging" (getting each participant securely into safety gear - I called it "Bridgimentation")... More
The walk is a great way to watch the activities in and around the Harbour. We walked from the Northern side over to the Rocks, watching the Bridgeclimbers, boats on the Harbour. And got some great photos. it is free, fun and great exercise.
This was a great experience and I went on the twilight walk which was, I personally, think a good call. It is more expensive, but the trip is quite dear anyway, so a few extra dollars to watch the bay light up and see a sunset that is spectacular, is really worth it. If you have the money and the... More
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