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      Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
      Jan 3.3 61.4 37.9 24.2
      Feb 3.9 49.4 39 19.4
      Mar 5.6 49.3 42.1 19.4
      Apr 8.4 45.6 47.1 18
      May 11.7 48.7 53.1 19.2
      Jun 14.9 52.1 58.8 20.5
      Jul 16.9 63.5 62.4 25
      Aug 16.5 61.8 61.7 24.3
      Sep 14.2 52.3 57.6 20.6
      Oct 10 74.3 50 29.3
      Nov 6.4 71.6 43.5 28.2
      Dec 4.3 72 39.7 28.3

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        • The experience is fun and somewhat physically challenging. While the pace of the ascent and descent is slow, the steepness at the beginning and end of the walk can be challenging - it's the trampoline-like floor that makes it a bit tricky, but with the slow pace and helpful instructor, most people will be able to manage this. The views, while impressive, are not quite spectacular.This is partly due to buildings obscuring the view to the west, which means a number of London's iconic landmarks can't really be seen - you can catch glimpses of them on the way up and down, but it's not the same as being able to take them in while at the summit. However, the views are a joy to take in, especially if the weather is clear, which it was for us. The whole experience lasts around 90 minutes, from the initial briefing to the completion of the walk over the dome. For the money it represents good value for money and something I would recommend to everyone.
        • Brilliant challenging experience for any age. We went up as part of a camera club group in v bad conditions very wet & windy with gusts. The suit & harness protected against weather very heavy duty climbing equipment & secure to a wire. Guides v professional & helpful. Special mention to Shaz our guide who was marvellous in every way. Thoroughly recommended
        • Was lucky to have great weather for our climb. From start to finish it was a wonderful experience. Climb physically fairly easy, views impressive from the top. Would have liked to have spent slightly longer at the top though.
        • It's an amazing experience. The climb is higher and steeper than you would expect. And the view is absolutely lovely. We went late afternoon and it was already pretty dark was it was even better- you lose to chill on the way up.
        • Amazing experience! Thought we'd come here to surprise our friend for her birthday, and it was great. Our guide, Helen, was very knowledgeable, friendly, and absolutely lovely!


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        • Not the typical tourist attraction
          London was the starting place of our adventurous journey across the UK. Eventhough it was the first time in London for my girlfriend, I insisted on having ‘an adventure’ in London. Our choice was Up at the O2, which basically is a climb over the roof of the O2 Arena. It was a great thing to do, eventhough you don’t get to see the famous landmarks in the skyline. Maybe not the best thing to do for people suffering vertigo, but the thrillfactor is quite basic. I would even recommend it for people with children. Still a great alternative way of visiting London.
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