Discover all the things that inspire you
You can also sign in with
There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Discover and save recipes to try on Pinterest!
Join Pinterest to find all the things that inspire you.
Creating an account means you’re okay with Pinterest's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
50+
billion Pins
to explore
15
seconds to
sign up (free!)
Visit site
  • Peter van Well

    Travel Memory Mount Huashan, is well-known as the “no 1 dangerous mountain on earth”. #Xian #China #travel

  • Cara Crescent

    Huashan, China – Ladder-like steps provide for the most dangerous hike in the world || Amazing Places

  • нannaн ♡

    Although Huashan takes no climbing expertise to ascend, it is considered the most dangerous hike in the world- made the bucket list.

  • Rebecca

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

  • Helena Moane

    Huashan, China. Ladderlike steps provide for the most dangerous hike in the world

Related Pins

Xian, China - this ancient trail leads to a tea house. However, you have to walk on planks without a railing after this part!

The Wulong Karst, a natural landscape located in China

Mt Hua in Shaanxi, western of the Five Sacred Mountains. China. www.lonelyplanet....

The most dangerous hike in the world: Mt. Huashan, China. And this is the easy part.

Mountain hike, Mt. Huashan, China. Let's do it! www.youtube.com/w...

Hokkaido, Japan | 21 Most Colorful And Vibrant Places In The World

Mount Huashan Is One Of The Most Dangerous, Terrifying Hikes In The World

Most dangerous hiking trail in the world…I want to go NOW.. tea and hiking are my favorite things (there is a small tea house at the top) :)

El Caminito del Rey ... Málaga, Spain ... the most dangerous walkway in the world. As scary as this would be I think it would a risk I'd be willing to take. What an experience it would be.

hiking Mt. Huashan in China ... a steep trail of heights ... South Peak altitude 7,087 feet (2,160 meters)