Some of the Mt Huashan mountain staircases. Awesome views, amazing scenery, death-defying paths! Some parts include plank bridges. A must do, I think. 'World's Most Dangerous Hiking Trail': http://www.hotelclub.com/blog/huashan-trail-worlds-most-dangerous-hiking-trail/
The most dangerous hike in the world: Mt. Huashan, China. And this is the easy part. On my bucket list IF you can strap yourself to the rope so you don't fall to your death.
I love climbing anything. This is on my bucket list. The most dangerous hike in the world: Mt. Huashan, China. And this is the easy part. http://patricialeee.me
The most dangerous hike in the world: Mt. Huashan, China. And this is the easy part. Bucket List :)
The most dangerous hike in the world, Mt. Huashan, China! via Amazing Things's photo.
Def on the bucket list - The most dangerous hike in the world , Mt. Huashan , China
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The most dangerous hike in the world, Mt. Huashan, China When tackling the infamous Mount Huashan Trail in China, the general consensus should be, whatever you do, don’t look down. A single slip-up could prove fatal. This hiking trail is generally only attempted by the brave and perhaps even some who are missing a few screws. Mount Huashan is one of China’s five sacred mountains. Its hiking trail is nothing to be taken lightly. A scary point to consider before undertaking such a mammoth task is, many who have previously attempted the Mount Huashan Trail, China, plummeted to their death. The Mountain has five peaks which give it a flower like appearance. It’s most challenging peak is the South Peak. Unfavourable weather conditions, also makes it a lot more daunting, trying to conquer the Mount Huashan Trail, China.