Canadian landmark – The CN Tower’s thrill-seeking Edge walk is now Accessible!

Toronto’s CN Tower edge walk holds a Guinness World Record, for the highest hands-free walk on a building. The walk takes place on the Towers main pod at 356m, (1168 ft) above the ground and is sure to get your adrenaline going. Since the venture first opened, the CN Tower personnel have been working on making it accessible to allow wheelchair participants to enjoy the experience. With the Toronto 2015 Pan / ParaPan Am Games, it was perfect timing to launch the new accessible daredevil adventure.

Aim2Walks client, Cole McLoed was the first ever brave soul to try the edge walk while in a wheelchair. Although he can be a nervous youth, you can hear the excitement in his voice when he talks about the experience. He described how professional the CN Tower personnel were and how safe the walk was. Cole was more than pleased with the whole experience.

After sharing Cole’s story with other clients at Aim2Walk, we have found many others who have wanted to try the walk, however; were unable to due to the past restrictions with accessibility. We are extremely thrilled now knowing this unique adventure is available for more to experience. Due to the high demand at the clinic we are hoping to put a group of thrill explorers together to join us. If you are an Aim2Walk client and would like to walk on the edge, high in the sky on Toronto’s most iconic structure, please let us know.

There are a few guidelines and restrictions to ensure safety on the walk. Please click here to see the website for details.

Michelle Wolfe

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