Terrifying Glass Skywalk Perched 4,600 Feet Up Mountain Opens In National Park

Travelers to China’s Zhangjiajie National Forest Park now have a unique way to get a bird’s eye view from the top of one of the park’s most famous mountains. A glass walkway attached 4,600ft (1,403 metres) up the side of Tianmen Mountain allows tourists to walk around the edge of the peak while taking in the view below their feet!

Anyone with vertigo may want to steer well clear of the walkway, which is 328 feet (100 metres) long and 5.2 feet (1.6 metres) wide. Known as the Coiling Dragon Cliff skywalk, it offers those brave enough to walk it some of the most spectacular views in the world. The park’s mythic peaks were the inspiration for the landscapes in James Cameron’s Avatar movie and are considered one of the most spectacular natural wonders in Asia. It is also recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Check out the panoramic views in the video below. You’ll either want to add the destination to your bucket list, or simply experience it from the safety of your home.

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