This Glass Skywalk on a Mountain in China is 4600 Feet in the Air

This Glass Skywalk on a Mountain in China is 4600 Feet in the Air

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Tara Bellucci
Aug 8, 2016
(Image credit: Shao Ying / ImagineChina)

Acrophobics, turn away now. There's a new vertigo-inducing glass-bottomed skywalk, this time along a mountainside in China.

(Image credit: Shao Ying / ImagineChina)

The glass walkway opened this week along the edge of Tianmen Mountain in Hunan's Zhangjiajie National Forest Park. Braver tourists vie for the perfect extreme selfie, while the more timid cling to the railings and hug the mountainside.

(Image credit: Shao Ying / ImagineChina)

The 100-meter skywalk hovers 4,600 feet above the ground, and overlooks Tianmen Tongtian Avenue (Avenue toward Heaven), which has 99 road turns, and is known as "the first highway wonders."

(Image credit: Shao Ying / ImagineChina)
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