Raise your hand if you watched The Oprah Winfrey Show this week. They have been airing the footage from their amazing “ultimate fan” trip to Australia (actual travel was back in December 2010).
One of the many things they did was to set a world record for the most people hiking on the Sydney Harbour Bridge at the same time (316 people). The views from atop the bridge are absolutely incredible, but several of Oprah’s ultimate fans had to face their fears to make it happen – fear of heights, fear of falling, fear of bridges.
It shouldn’t be a surprise that hiking the Sydney Harbour Bridge has been rated by Lonley Planet as one of the world’s top ten heart-pounding, adrenaline-rush experiences in the world.
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