If you’ve ever wanted to hike to the top of Sydney’s emblematic Sydney Harbour Bridge, now is the time to do. In response to loosening lockdown restrictions, quintessential Sydney experience BridgeClimb has reopened and will resume their sky-high expeditions from June 27th.
What’s more is that BridgeClimb will now be offering significant discounts on the experience, slashing prices to $198 for adults and $99 for children, making that a saving of 35-50% off standard day climb prices.
As a refresher to BridgeClimb’s main options, the approx. 3.5 hour Summit Climb ascends on the upper arch of the bridge, best suited for those who want to feel like they are beneath the clouds, and families with kids who are confidence scaling ladders to reach the top. The Summit Express Climb, approx. 2.5 hours, follows the Bridge’s lower arch to reach the top. This route suits those who are more curious about the architecture and want to feel they are in the belly of the steel structure. There are fewer stops along the route and no ladders but still the same magnificent view at the top.
BridgeClimb is operating as a COVID Safe place to visit and work. All Climbs will travel in small, physically distanced groups, and the entirety of BridgeClimb premises will operate with increased cleaning schedules, including ongoing sanitisation completed within the Climb Base, and throughout climber’s pre and post-climb journey.
“The BridgeClimb team are beyond excited to unlock our doors with an exclusive offer for locals, friends and neighbours to visit the arches where they can reunite, reconnect and reset,” said BridgeClimb CEO David Hammon. “Like many other NSW tourism operators, there is much-needed support for the industry so we’re looking forward to welcoming back climbers and creating lasting memories with them by showing off the great city we live in from the best seat in the house.”
All information can be found here.