A father will scale new heights when he circles the roof of the CN Tower in Canada in a fundraising challenge for a Dundee Scout group.
Cory Campbell will take to the walkway, which is 1200ft high and 116 storeys up, with only a safety harness to support him.
He aims to raise more than £1000 for the 26th Dundee Scout Group's camp to Germany next year.
His three children Harry, 14, Catherine, 12, and Alex, 10, have all attended the scouts and benefited from it.
Mr Campbell will take up the challenge in June during a visit to his home country.
The psychology student at Abertay University, said: “I'd say I’m cautious with heights. My father and my brother are absolutely terrified of heights and i've inherited some of that. However it' something that's good to do, it's something if I feel if I put my mind to it, I will do it.
“This is more of a mental challenge to go up and stand right on the edge and look over a third of a kilometer down and dangle over the side of this massive tower which was at one point the tallest building in the world is a massive mental challenge.”
Donations in support Mr Campbell's fundraising can be made at http://www.justgiving.com/CNTower.