‘Ultimate’ Sydney bridge climb

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The Sydney Harbour Bridge introduced a new, 3½-hour “Ultimate Climb” that allows climbers to walk the entire length of the bridge’s arch, south to north, and back again. The regular climb takes guests only to the summit of the arch and back.

Wearing safety harnesses, climbers ascend to a height of 440 feet. Anyone taking the climb should be physically capable of such activities. Afterward, climbers each receive a group photo from the summit, a BridgeClimb hat and a certificate of achievement.

AUD348 (near $248) per person. To book, visit www.bridgeclimb.com/climbs-prices/ultimate.

 

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The Sydney Harbour Bridge introduced a new, 3½-hour “Ultimate Climb” that allows climbers to walk the entire length of the bridge’s arch, south to north, and back again. The regular climb takes guests only to the summit of the arch and back.

Wearing safety harnesses, climbers ascend to a height of 440 feet. Anyone taking the climb should be physically capable of such activities. Afterward, climbers each receive a group photo from the summit, a BridgeClimb hat and a certificate of achievement.

AUD348 (near $248) per person. To book, visit www.bridgeclimb.com/climbs-prices/ultimate.