According to this article in the National Post, visitors will now be able to walk around the top of one of the tallest structures in North America: Toronto's CN Tower.
From the article:
* Hands free walk along 1.5 metre wide ledge 150 metres around the top of the main pod, 356 metres above ground.
* Groups of six to eight people will be attached to an overhead safety rail via a trolly and harness system allowing visitors to lean out over the edge.
* Participants will be screened for narcotics, explosives and alcohol consumption, metal detection and a physical pat down to remove all fall hazards. The only allowable personal article, other than clothing, are eyeglasses.
You can visit the official website here.
I'm already pretty scared on top of the glass floor, I can't imagine how I'd feel actually being outside of the tower.
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