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    • justjayma

      Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in China

    • Julia Orlando

      Glass Bridge of Death Offers Tourists Thrills in Chinese Mountains Located on the massive vertical cliffs of Tianmen Mountain in Hunan Province, China, and rising 1,430 from the ground is a 60-meter-long bridge constructed of 2.5-inch thick glass. At only three feet wide, this walkway encircles the mountain, offering thrill seekers a chance to soil themselves.

    • Sarah Hilton

      Glass walkway on Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie, China - So many CREEPY places I would NEVER go!

    • Doug Harrington

      n one side a sheer rock face, on the other a 4,000ft drop – and all to separate the brave traveller from a deadly plunge is a 3ft-wide, 2.5in thick walkway. And if that is not enough to bring terror into the pit of your stomach, the path running alongside a Chinese mountainside is made out of glass, allowing a crystal-clear view of where one false step can take you. The skywalk is situated 4,700ft above sea level on the side of the Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie, China.

    • Allie Zettler

      SCARY! but soo cool! A glass bridge at more than 1400 meters above the ground on the rock face of Mount Tianmen in Zhangjiajie, China

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