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Honey Chitkara Jul 16 2015

Best skywalks in the world

Pritha Manchanda Jul 16 2015
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“My dream is to fly, over the rainbow so high”. If you too feel the same and want to walk on the clouds (not literally though), here are some of the best skywalks in the world that’ll give wings to your dreams.

SkyPoint Climb, Australia

If you want to enjoy an incredible view of the tropical mountains, beaches and ocean, SkyPoint Climb, Australia is the place to be. Standing at a height of 270 m above the stunning Queensland Coast, this place is believed to be the country’s highest external building climb. With sun shining right above you and the coast’s city scape down below, you are surely going to have the time of your life!

From the official Facebook page

Glacier Skywalk, Canada

A latest addition to the best skywalks in the world, Glacier Skywalk is a “must-do” attraction in Canada. Jutting out from a cliff, this glass-bottomed skywalk lets you take in the world’s most eye catching ecosystems. Approximately 218 m above the Sunwapta Valley, the thrilling skywalk offers spectacular views of ancient rock formations dotted with glaciers. What a treat for the eyes!


Grand Canyon Skywalk, Arizona

How would walking on a glass walkway 1220 m above the canyon floor feel? Well, experience it yourself at Arizona’s Grand Canyon Skywalk. Known to be the world’s highest man-made structure, this U-shaped glass bridge overlooks the Canyon’s western rim. Enjoy the view but before that hold on tight!

From the official Facebook page

SkyWalk, Auckland, New Zealand

If the idea of skywalk alone doesn’t bring out the adventurer in you, try skyjumping and plunge down from a height of 192m at a speed of 85 km/hr (with strings attached ;-)). Head to Auckland’s Sky Tower for some adrenaline rush. So are you game for it?

From the official Facebook page

OCBC Skyway/Supertree Grove, Singapore

One of Singapore’s famous attractions, OCBC Skyway is where you can capture a panoramic view of the Marina Bay skyline. The Supertree Grove boasts of vertical gardens that stand at a height of 22 m. The skyway around these vertical gardens feels like heaven. Go for the skywalk at night when the entire area comes alive, courtesy the “not-to-be-missed” spectacular light and sound show.

From the official website

BridgeClimb, Sydney, Australia

Climb all the way up to the 134 m high Sydney Harbour Bridge to get a picturesque glimpse of the beautiful city of Sydney and the many iconic structures including Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour and the Blue Mountains. If you have apprehensions about taking the 3.5 hour tour, go for the 1.5 hour sampler climb.

From the official Facebook page

The Ledge (Willis Tower), Chicago

You won’t have to strain your neck to have a glimpse of Chicago’s magnificent skyline. The Ledge, a glass viewing platform built in the highest building, Willis Tower, is where you can see four states at a glance. Built 412 m above the ground (exactly on the 103rd floor), the skydeck protrudes 1.3 m out, offering visitors a view, they absolutely cannot afford to miss!

From the official Facebook page

CN Tower EdgeWalk, Toronto

Conquer all your fears by taking a stroll at the edge of Toronto’s famous CN Tower. Lean 356 m down to see a panoramic view of Toronto. Don’t worry as the edgewalk is pretty safe and guides are available for help.

From the official Facebook page

Now that you know about some of the best skywalks in the world, overcome your acrophobia and take your adventure to a completely new level.
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