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Dare to look down

This 90-minute adventure scales the heights of London’s newest and largest club stadium. From the roof of Tottenham Hotspur’s home ground, you’ll experience a spectacular panorama of the north London skyline and a unique view of the Spurs’ pitch.

On a journey to the stadium’s iconic Golden Cockerel, visitors’ nerves are tested with a glass walkway 46.8 metres above the pitch, where you can look straight down at the penalty spot.

You also have the option to finish the experience by descending from a 42m platform to the South Podium below by also booking ‘The Edge’ experience.

Taking its inspiration from the Club’s motto, ‘To Dare is To Do’, The Dare Skywalk is the most impressive stadium experience in the capital.

To discuss this event with the fundraising team, please email us – [email protected]

Deposit: £44

Sponsorship: No minimum sponsorship, simply raise as much as you can.

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