New York – It is not for the slow of heart.
‘City Climb’, New York City’s newest attraction, will allow adventurers to scale a section outside 30 Hudson Yards, which is already home to the popular ‘Edge’ outdoor sky deck.
Billed as “the tallest open-air building climb in the world”, guests connected via cable to the trolley climb 32 open-air stairs from ‘Basecamp’ to ‘The Cliff’, raising them about 1,190 feet in the air delivered.
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Led by trained guides, they then climb the other 161 steps of ‘The Stair’ at an inclination of about 45 degrees. Once at ‘The Apex’ or about 1,271 feet above the ground, they can lean out and hang on the platform.
The entire experience takes about 1.5-2 hours and costs about $185, which includes the City Climb experience, entry to the Edge, and a digital Edge image. It opens to the general public on November 9, 2021. Tickets are on sale now.
“It’s an adventure unlike anything we’ve seen before in the city, and we’re thrilled to welcome the world to the experience of a lifetime,” said Jeff T. Blau, Chief Executive of . Companies.
Opening day is scheduled for November 9th. For tickets, see edgenyc.com/cityclimb.