Take a walk to the top of one of Newcastle's most iconic buildings
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Which is why we set our photographer, Jerome Treize, the task of capturing one of Newcastle's most spectacular buildings and its 'Climbing the Tower' walk.
The walk itself only takes 5 mins and it's not difficult as long as you're happy to walk in a very narrow staircase with small steps.
You don't need to be fit but best be bringing a bottle of water, especially on hot days, as there's no shade at the top and the views are worth sticking around for.
The 'Climbing the Tower' walk is self-guided, there is a lady at the desk when you arrive at The Cathedral who explains where to go and how to get to the
top, so it's all pretty easy.
When I asked Jerome what he enjoyed most about the walk he said,
"The room with the bells was definitely a highlight."
"And those 360-degree views of Newcastle."
Entrance to the tower is by Donations of $10 per person at the Cathedral shop and is worth every dollar.