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Although Huashan takes no climbing expertise to ascend, it is considered the most dangerous hike in the world

Huashan Mountain, China-- This extreme.Although Huashan takes no climbing expertise to ascend, it is considered the most dangerous hike in the world

El Chorro, Spain. One of the most dangerous pathways.

"El Caminito del Rey (English: The King's little pathway) is a walkway, now fallen into disrepair, pinned along the steep walls of a narrow gorge in El Chorro, near Álora in the province of Málaga, Spain.

Hussaini – Borit Lake, Pakistan    Perhaps the most dangerous of all the bridges in the world is the Hussaini- Borit Lake Bridge. There is absolutely no way this is safe but is actually used on a regular basis by those attempting to travel to the larger cities in northern Pakistan. The bridge (if you can even call it that) is very old, missing planks, extremely narrow, and high above the lake.

Just how brave are you? The Hussaini-Borit Lake Bridge in Northern Pakistan however, has the dubious distinction of being the most dangerous suspension bridge in the world.i'd cross it.

Old Hanging Bridge - Afghanistan, 1 of the 10 Truly Scary Birdges by the Huffington Post.

Old Hanging Bridge, Afghanistan This bridge is known for being one of the scariest bridges in the world. The rickety bridge hangs low to the river underneath. The bridge may be scary, but the views are spectacular.

dangerous!!!

The most dangerous hike in the world: Hiking Mt. Huashan in China . a steep trail of great heights (& the 90 degree staircases). South Peak altitude = feet meters) in Huashan, China.

The scariest bridge in the world

Not every suspension bridge crossing ends safely: (via Dark Roasted Blend: World’s Most Dangerous Roads, Part * “It shows insufficient knowledge and understanding of the Yoga Sutra if you come to.

so where exactly do you think we are going to get a tow truck from?

Strange Historic Photos From Antarctica and Other Kingdoms of Ice-A Tucker Sno-Cat balanced precariously over a crevice, during the Trans-Antarctic Expedition,