The CN Tower

Lean off the CN Tower Edgewalk

Danger? Come on people, this is one of Canada’s busiest tourist attractions! The CN Tower is the most recognizable landmark in the country. From its viewing deck, enjoy 360 degree views of Toronto and Lake Ontario, grab a meal in the restaurant, or enjoy the knee-shaking view below from the glass platform. To really feel the tower’s impressive height, brave the CN Tower Edge Walk, the world’s highest full circle hands-free walk on a 1.5 metre ledge 116 stories above the ground.

Length of Trip : 2 hours total experience

Cost : Tickets include keepsake video, printed photos, certificate of achievement and re-entry to CN Tower. You will also receive a Tower Experience Ticket which includes access to LookOut, Glass Floor, SkyPod, Movie and Motion Theatre Ride. Click here for the latest prices.

Best time to go : “The EdgeWalk at the CN Tower will operate seasonally in all weather except for electrical storms, high winds or other extreme weather conditions.” Sunny days are always nice, but you’ll get the thrill no matter what the weather.

Wheelchair friendly : The viewing decks are accessible for wheelchairs.

Family friendly : Minimum age is 13. Kids 13 – 17 must be accompanied by guardian/parent. There are weight restrictions: You must be over 34kg, and under 140 kg.

Where to eat : High End: 360 The Restaurant – since you’re visiting the CN Tower, why not dine in its award-winning 360 Restaurant, with a revolving view that can’t be matched. The restaurant sources local ingredients wherever possible, and has a Wine Spectator approved list. 360 completes its revolution around the tower every 72 minutes. Open daily, reservations are recommended. Mid-Level: Terroni Barque Smokehouse Budget: Paramount (253 Yonge St) – close to the action of Yonge/Dundas and the bustling Eaton Centre mall. Outstanding, authentic Lebanese cuisine, packed with locals, feasting on huge portions that stretch dinner into tomorrow’s lunches.

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Getting There : The CN Tower is located at 301 Front St W. It’s a difficult landmark to miss. Once you enter the base, you’ll see signs pointing you towards the Edgewalk.

Note from Robin : Your knees will shake at the start, but by the end you’ll be moon walking around the edge. All your possessions are safely locked away and you’re screened for alcohol. Safety is taken very seriously. Smile for the camera!

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