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.And you would try this because?

Acrobats at the top of Empire State Building, possibly May 1, 1931, where the stunt was performed at the opening of the Empire State Building

Empire State Building construction, 1930

Organ Pipe, Tasmania, Australia

OMG zipline hell! Could you do this?

Cliff diving,Portugal

f you have nerves of steel, then you should definitely try out this newly built glass walkway in China, called the Walk of Faith. Glass Plank Road has been added 1,430 metres (4,690ft) up the Zhangjiajie Tianmen mountain to give the tourists an unforgettable sightseeing experience. I get vertigo just looking at it, so I wonder how it feels taking this 60-metre long walk of faith. Would you like to try it?

Nik Wallenda walks over Niagara Falls on a tightrope. As he crossed, Wallenda said he had an 'unbelievable view' from the cable.

El Camino del Rey (King's pathway) - Málaga, Spain. The walkway is one metre (3 feet and 3 inches) in width, and rises over 100 metres (350 feet) above the river below.

Indian Creek SuperCrack rock climbing in Utah


A man balancing on a piece of wood on the roof of a skyscraper 1939

Insanity the Ride is a truly mind-bending experience! A massive mechanical arm extending out 64 feet over the edge of the Stratosphere Tower at a height of over 900 feet, this Vegas ride will spin you and several other passengers in the open air at speeds of up to three 'G's. You'll be propelled up to an angle of 70 degrees, which will tilt your body into one position — straight down!

Beach park, Brazil. I'm scared already.

Corkscrew Roller Coaster Yikes there goes lunch, last nights dinner ect

Ice climbing... Forget it

Breitling Wingwalkers, no

Break during the construction of the Empire State Building

Wow ... high rise skipping

vintage everyday: Acrobats over Chicago, 1955

Empire State Building construction, 1930


El Camino de la Muerte, considered “the world’s most dangerous road”, Bolivia (by The World by Road).

Extreme Ice Climbing...wish I was there.