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Climb New York’s 30 Hudson Yards skyscraper and ride over the edge in an exciting new experience

At a height of 1,131 feet, ‘Edge’, on the 100th floor of New York’s ’30 Hudson Yards’ supertall skyscraper, is the tallest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere.

And it has a glass floor.

But now visitors are offered an even more intense experience at the top of the tower: the opportunity to climb over the Edge to the top and hang out on the side, 387 m (1,271 ft) above the ground.

The 'City Climb' (pictured) at the 30 Hudson Yards skyscraper is said to be the tallest outer building in the world

The ‘City Climb’ (pictured) at the 30 Hudson Yards skyscraper is said to be the tallest outer building in the world

Visitors will have the opportunity to climb above the Edge Observation Deck to the top of the 30 Hudson Yards Tower

Visitors will have the opportunity to climb above the Edge Observation Deck to the top of the 30 Hudson Yards Tower

Visitors will have the opportunity to climb above the Edge Observation Deck to the top of the 30 Hudson Yards Tower

Regarded as the highest external building climb in the world, the exhilarating experience is called ‘City Climb’.

It’s not quite open yet, but the tower filmed volunteers trying it out for a promotional video clip that induces sweat. In the images, we see them climbing up the side of the skyscraper via a dizzying staircase and then leaning back, while firmly attached, directly over the side of the dizzying structure.

The public will be able to follow in his footsteps from November 9.

Before making the fast-paced ascent, they will undergo a “full safety briefing” and will be fitted with “specially designed” safety harnesses.

A daredevil volunteer dangling from the side of 'The Apex', which is 387m (1,271ft) above the ground, for a publicity shot

A daredevil volunteer dangling from the side of 'The Apex', which is 387m (1,271ft) above the ground, for a publicity shot

A daredevil volunteer dangling from the side of ‘The Apex’, which is 387m (1,271ft) above the ground, for a publicity shot

The City Climb guides will secure them on the climbing route with two cables attached to a trolley, which will move seamlessly with the climber throughout the journey.

Then the adventure begins and ‘unparalleled views of New York City’ are unveiled.

Climbers first ascend 32 steps to a small viewing platform at 1,190 feet high. From there, they climb ‘The Stair’, a 161-step staircase built into the side of the skyscraper that has a 45-degree incline that burns calves.

The real adrenaline rush awaits at the top of the stairs. Guests advance to ‘The Apex’, the platform at the top of the tower. There, they will have the opportunity to lean and hang over the platform, with the skyline of the Big Apple stretching out behind them.

After completing the climb, visitors can take a ‘victory lap’ of Edge, enjoying more astonishing views from 1,131 feet (345 m) in the air through the glass floor and walls, and from the ‘steps of the horizon ‘from the observation deck.

A glass of champagne is also on the agenda to toast the experience.

Edge stretches 65 feet from the soaring skyscraper, which is the sixth tallest in Manhattan.

Edge stretches 65 feet from the soaring skyscraper, which is the sixth tallest in Manhattan.

Edge stretches 65 feet from the soaring skyscraper, which is the sixth tallest in Manhattan.

Before making the fast-paced ascent, visitors will undergo a 'full safety briefing' and will be fitted with 'specially designed' safety harnesses (pictured)

Before making the fast-paced ascent, visitors will undergo a 'full safety briefing' and will be fitted with 'specially designed' safety harnesses (pictured)

Before making the fast-paced ascent, visitors will undergo a ‘full safety briefing’ and will be fitted with ‘specially designed’ safety harnesses (pictured)

Climbers first ascend 32 steps to a small viewing platform at 1,190 feet high.  From there, they climb 'The Stair', a 161-step staircase built into the side of the skyscraper that has a 45-degree incline that burns calves.

Climbers first ascend 32 steps to a small viewing platform at 1,190 feet high.  From there, they climb 'The Stair', a 161-step staircase built into the side of the skyscraper that has a 45-degree incline that burns calves.

Climbers first ascend 32 steps to a small viewing platform at 1,190 feet high. From there, they climb ‘The Stair’, a 161-step staircase built into the side of the skyscraper that has a 45-degree incline that burns calves.

Edge has a nerve-racking glass floor (pictured).  Above it, on the 101st floor, is 'Peak', a restaurant, bar, cafe and event space.

Edge has a nerve-racking glass floor (pictured).  Above it, on the 101st floor, is 'Peak', a restaurant, bar, cafe and event space.

Edge has a nerve-racking glass floor (pictured). Above it, on the 101st floor, is ‘Peak’, a restaurant, bar, cafe and event space.

Edge opened its doors to thrill-seeking visitors in March 2020. The triangular observation deck stretches 65 feet from 30 Hudson Yards, Manhattan’s sixth tallest skyscraper.

Above Edge, on the 101st floor, is ‘Peak’, a restaurant, bar, cafe, and event space.

The 30 Hudson Yards tower is located in Hudson Yards, a skyscraper complex on the West Side of Manhattan with luxurious commercial and residential spaces.

Tickets for the City Climb experience cost £ 136 ($ 185) and include entry to Edge and a digital image of Edge

Tickets for the City Climb experience cost £ 136 ($ 185) and include entry to Edge and a digital image of Edge

Tickets for the City Climb experience cost £ 136 ($ 185) and include entry to Edge and a digital image of Edge

Guests taking the inaugural climb next week will receive a personalized video of their climb and a commemorative medal.

Guests taking the inaugural climb next week will receive a personalized video of their climb and a commemorative medal.

Guests taking the inaugural climb next week will receive a personalized video of their climb and a commemorative medal.

Jeff T Blau, CEO of Related Companies, who is one of the developers behind Hudson Yards, says: “ City Climb literally shouts from the rooftops that tourism is back in New York City and that there has never been a most exciting time to visit. ” .

“This is an adventure unlike anything the City has seen before, and we are thrilled to welcome the world to a once-in-a-lifetime experience.”

Michael Gilbane, Senior Vice President, Related Companies, adds: “ The architectural details of New York City buildings make our skyline one of the most instantly recognizable in the world, but so far the views from these iconic stones Angles have been reserved for cinematic superheroes.

After completing the climb, visitors can take a 'victory lap' from the Edge observation deck (pictured), which sits 1,131 feet (345 m) above the streets of New York.

After completing the climb, visitors can take a 'victory lap' from the Edge observation deck (pictured), which sits 1,131 feet (345 m) above the streets of New York.

After completing the climb, visitors can take a ‘victory lap’ from the Edge observation deck (pictured), which sits 1,131 feet (345 m) above the streets of New York.

This image shows the truly epic scale of the '30 Hudson Yards' skyscraper

This image shows the truly epic scale of the '30 Hudson Yards' skyscraper

This image shows the truly epic scale of the ’30 Hudson Yards’ skyscraper

“We are very proud of the team that designed this marvel of entertainment that offers the world an unparalleled perspective of the city.”

Starting November 9, City Climb will be open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. M. At 6 p. M., Although the opening hours will change according to the season.

City Climb tickets cost £ 136 ($ 185) and include entry to Edge and a digital image of Edge. Guests taking the inaugural climb next week will also receive a personalized video of their climb and a commemorative medal.

For more information visit edgenyc.com/en/cityclimb.

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