Tour description provided by Viator

Walk to the top of Auckland Harbour Bridge with a professional guide for the ultimate Auckland experience! A safe and easy going walk on specially engineered walkways takes you from the base to the summit of the last bridge of it's kind to be built in the World. Breath-taking views all along the way allow you to see the best of Auckland. See the Waitemata Harbour, Sky Tower, Islands, volcanos and other landmarks as your expert guide shares informative commentary, stories, legends and fun facts about Auckland.

Begin by either catching the complimentary coach transfer from the Sky Tower, or making your own way to the Westhaven Marina bridge climb office. At the office, your guide provides you with a safety briefing and introduction, as well as all-weather outerwear and safety gear. You can leave any extra belongings in the office lockers before heading out to the bridge.

When you’re suited up, follow your guide along custom-engineered walkways that lead to the summit of the bridge, which stands 200 feet (67 meters) above the water. Along the way, your guide points out engineering features and shares interesting facts about the construction and history of Auckland’s iconic bridge.

See the span from underneath and above during the climb, with regular stops to soak up amazing views of Auckland and Waitemata Harbour. Your guide helps you to identify landmarks in the Auckland skyline as you take in the spectacular sight of the city from this perspective. Also, your tour stops at the bungy jump platform where you get a great vantage point to watch the bungy jumpers take the plunge.

Your walk follows the gently curved arches of the bridge, for an easy climb that is suitable for a range of ages and fitness levels. Each person is clipped into a safety rail for added security. The provided outerwear keeps you warm and dry in all types of weather.

After about 1.5 hours and a memorable experience of the Auckland Harbour Bridge, you return to the bridge climb office to wrap up your tour.