The Dare Skywalk Requirements

Following updated Government guidance, visitors attending the Dare Skywalk will no longer be required to present their NHS COVID Pass to gain entry or wear face coverings inside. Visitors who wish to continue to wear face coverings, are able to do so.

The safety of our guests and staff is of the upmost importance and we will continue to uphold the additional deep cleaning measures in place throughout the Stadium, The Dare Skywalk and Tottenham Experience to ensure the highest standards are kept.



Are there any age restrictions?

The minimum age to take part in a climb is 8 years old and all participants must be at least 1.2 metres in height. Under 18s must be with an adult and the adult-to-child ratios are:

  • 1 adult to accompany 2 minors between the ages of 10-17
  • 1 adult to accompany 4 minors between the ages of 13-17
  • 1 adult to accompany 6 minors between the ages of 15-17

Visitors may be asked for proof of age if we consider them to be under the age of 18. Please bring a valid form of ID (valid driver's licence and/or passport - photocopies can be accepted) with you on your visit. Any visitors who are unable to show a valid form of ID may be refused entry and a refund will not be given.


Are there any height or weight restrictions?

The minimum/maximum requirements for anyone attending Dare Skywalk are:

  • A minimum height of 1.2m
  • A weight of less than 130kg/21 stone/286lbs, which is the maximum weight our harnesses can bear
  • Visitors must be able to wear a harness which has a maximum width waist of 125cm and a maximum upper thigh width of 75cm, which are the maximum measurements our harnesses can bear.

Visitors who do not meet these requirements will not be able to take part in the climb. Climbers agree to being weighed if we believe that they do not meet the weight requirement.


How should I prepare for my visit?

Prior to your arrival, please ensure that you have read and familiarised yourself with our pre-visit checklist.


How do I know I can complete Dare Skywalk?

You'll need to be physically and medically fit to take part - please ask your doctor if you're not sure. Unfortunately, those who are pregnant are unable to take part in any Dare Skywalk activity. It is a physically demanding activity and requires you to wear a harness which fits tightly across the body.

We have Stadium Tours available daily, which are completely accessible and suitable for those who are pregnant. Please click here for more information.


Will I need any training before I complete Dare Skywalk?

All visitors should have a general level of fitness and be physically and medically fit to take part. You do not need to do any specific training before completing the Dare Skywalk - however, you will be given a safety briefing and guidance from your trained Climb Guide on the day.


What is a Waiver Form?

Due to the thrill-seeking nature of the Dare Skywalk experience, all guests taking part will be required to complete a waiver form, which explains any potential risks involved.

You are responsible for ensuring that you and all of your supervised children named in your Declaration and Waiver Form are in a fit state of health to participate in the Dare Skywalk Climb and are able to undertake the Dare Skywalk Climb in a manner which will not put at risk your own health and safety, or the health and safety of the other climbers.

Be assured that the safety of our guests is of utmost importance to us. You'll be kitted out with mandatory safety equipment and will be accompanied by a trained Climb Guide for the entirety of your experience. 

All information provided on the Waiver Form will be kept in accordance with GDPR regulations.


Can I drink alcohol before or on the experience?

You must not consume alcohol before or during the climb. To ensure you are eligible to climb on the day, please keep your celebration drinks for after your climb. It will be worth it!

Dare Skywalk climbers cannot be under the influence of alcohol or substances (legal or illegal) which would make it unsafe for them to take part in the climb, or to fully understand the safety rules, policies, instructions and briefings given to them on the day of the climb by the Climb Guides. You may be asked to take a breathalyzer test if we think you have consumed alcohol. Anyone who refuses a test, or with a blood alcohol reading of 0.05% or more having completed the test, will not be able to take part in the climb and a refund will not be offered.

You will be required to make a declaration in the Declaration and Waiver Form that you are not under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

The safety of our guests is of utmost importance to us; therefore we reserve the right to stop someone taking part, rebook or modify a climb in order to keep guests safe.



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