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  • Shannon Luree'

    GLASS WALKWAY AT CHINA’S TIANMEN MOUNTAIN PARK tianmenshan, hunan, china, completed 2011 –––––––––––– A new trail path in China’s Tianmen Mountain National Park offers visitors an unusual experience: the floor and rails of the pathway are composed of glass, offering walkers a vertigo-inducing look at the sheer drops and wilderness below. The walkway spans three feet wide, composed of glass 2.5-inches … Image gallery and more information about this project can be found on Google+ at +@rchitecture

  • Anne van den Hoogen

    Bucket list, Check! Glass path of the side of a cliff on Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie, China.

  • Grant Cassiday

    Glass Skywalk, Tianmen Mountain National Park, China The Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park in Zhangjiajie, China has some spectacular scenes, but none quite as death defying as the “Skywalk”. A glass path built on the side of a cliff, the sidewalk is about 4700 feet above sea level and 200 feet long. The 3ft-wide, 2.5in thick glass walkway is so amazingly scary that the company that built it has been unable to find anyone to keep the sidewalk clean. Until they do, daredevils are asked to wea

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