The iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the world’s longest steel-arch bridges, spanning an impressive 500 metres and standing proud above the sparkling Sydney Harbour. For many years, BridgeClimbers have scaled the South-side of the Bridge only to reach that jaw-dropping Summit moment…until now.
Going where no Climb has gone before, the Ultimate Climb is the most adventurous climb experience in BridgeClimb’s history, and we don’t say that lightly. The first of its kind allowing climbers to conquer the entire breadth of the legendary “Coathanger” from South to North, and back again.
Climbers can witness the best views of Sydney from all angles, 134 metres above the sparkling Harbour, as well as earn official bragging rights of conquering the full scale of the globally famous icon.
BridgeClimb Ultimate promises an extraordinary experience for the adventurous first-time climber, and a sense of achievement for seasoned BridgeClimbers looking to take it to the next level and immerse in an entirely new perspective of the Bridge.
So, are you ultimately up for it?
Ultimate tip: This is the most adventurous Climb experience yet so we recommend being of full fitness to complete this journey.
Acrophobia is a common fear. In fact many of our 4 million Climbers came to us with nerves, not yet certain if they could muster the courage to set foot on the iconic steel arches. We’re here to support you before during and after your BridgeClimb.
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