Our guide Peta, was great, she made us feel relaxed and made the experience very enjoyable. Peta told us the history of the bridge and was very knowledgable. This is not to be missed when in Auckland, it's a great experience.
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My guide is friendly and knowledgeable, making the climb very informative. The view from the top of the bridge is stunningly beautiful, but we won't allow to bring any camera, not even phone! The photos taken by the guide are sold at $45, which is...More
We climbed the bridge in mid august. It was a semi cloudy day without rain. The view over Auckland Harbour was specular, the climb was a couple of hours and not difficult. If you are looking for something different to do, try this bridge climb!!
This has been on our to do list for some time and the fantastic weather over Queen's birthday weekend made it a real treat. Although the office is at Westhaven Marina, it was great that we could be picked up from the viaduct and dropped...More
I wanted to do something different, but I wasn't quite ready to make the leap into bungy. This was perfect! If you are afraid of heights, you probably shouldn't do this tour, as most of the walkways are see-through and you can see right down...More
I accompanied a friend visiting from Perth. I had never contemplated climbing the bridge that I travel over on a regular basis but I'm very glad I did. It certainly gives me a new respect for the design & engineering of a beloved landmark in...More
Visited this operation with 18 others. Quickly organised by professional guides and suited up into saftey gear and clothing. Interesting Auckland vistas to be seen. Not too difficult, pace was easy and any difficult parts were taken slowly and safely. The upper part above the...More
I found this to be a multi-dimensional tour. We got great exercise while enjoying fantastic views. We got interesting background information on bridge history and bridge engineering. We felt safe and secure. We ranged in age from 14-67.
Excellent activity lasting a couple of hours. Poko, our guide, was very informative and more than happy to answer any questions which we had. We were there as a couple but the activity could be enjoyed by anyone from early teenager upwards. As it was...More