I AM NOT A THRILL SEEKER (unless it involves a sale of shoes), but if you are, you might want to consider this.  Walking 1,100 feet in the air with nothing but a cable to hold on to.  Soon you'll be able to walk 116 feet in the air hands-free.....are you "UP" for it?

Toronto's CN Tower is a test for even the most extreme adrenaline junkies.

But budding daredevils now face a new challenge, as the tower's operators plan to let people walk hands-free around the outside of the 116-storey structure - held in place by only a cable.

For $175, thrill-seekers can stroll around the top of the tower with no guard-rail and just a 5ft (1.5m) wide see-through ledge underneath.

At 1,167ft (356m) above the ground, the EdgeWalk will reward the brave with some breathtaking open-air views of Canada’s largest city, Lake Ontario and Buffalo, NY.

The first attraction of its kind in North America, EdgeWalk claims to be the world’s highest full circle hands-free walk.

Click on link to view the incredible tower.