- Climber Declaration Form
Prior to climbing you’ll be asked to fill in a Climber Declaration Form. This will be emailed to you once you have confirmed your booking. Please be open and honest about any pre-existing medical conditions so we can properly assess your suitability for the climb (all correspondence is confidential).
We want everyone to climb in the safest environment possible. There are a few things that prevent participation in a climb including (but not limited to):
- Being under 10 years of age (children aged 10-16 must climb with an adult, max 3 children per adult).
- Being over 24 weeks pregnant.
- Being under 115cm tall.
- A fit or seizure in the past 6 months
- Broken bones/recent hip replacements/any known injury that may severely impede the climb group to proceed at a normal pace.
All climbers must have a blood alcohol level of less than .05 (same as in a motor vehicle). All climbers are subject to a mandatory breathalyser test prior to their climb.
- Fear of Heights
We have helped thousands of climbers turn their anxiety into ecstasy and exhilaration. Our climb leaders specialise in supporting, empowering and enabling climbers all the way to the top of the bridge and back. If you need to contact us regarding acrophobia/concerns regard the climb/height of the climb, please contact us here. We’re passionate about the bridge climb and ensuring you have a fun, safe and enjoyable climb.