Would YOU dare to cross this bridge? China unveils a new terrifying glass walkway in Tianmen Mountain with 4,600 ft. drop below, not for the faint hearted travelers.Back

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The new glass walkway in China is not for the faint hearted because this walkway clings to the side of a mountain at a height of 4600 feet. The views from the glass walkway is breath-taking, but to enjoy this view travellers must walk through the 100 meter glass path.  This bridge is for the brave travellers who has no fear of heights, some of the visitors can be seen screaming and crawling along the path to avoid the fear.

 

Travellers are pouring down from all around the world to China to enjoy this wonderful bridge. The glass walkaway is located in Hunan’s Zhangjiajie National Forest Park and is known as “Coiling Dragon Cliff skywalk”.

This terrifying and magnificent walkway overlooks Tongtian Avenue, a dangerous mountain road with 99 hairpin turns that winds up Tianmen Mountain Park in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in North Western Hunan province of China. Tongtian Avenue is one of the most deadly roads in China, the natural cave crowning has earned its nick names such as Big Gate Road, Avenue toward Heaven, Heaven-Linking Avenue and Gateway to Heaven.

 Tianmen Mountain Park has two more glass walkways, the mountain is also home to the longest glass-bottom bridge in the world that has a length of 430 meters and hangs on to the mountain side at a height of 300 meters.

 

 

 

 

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The wildside of nature, Skywalk, clearly not for the faint hearted!

 

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Travellers exploring the 100 meter long glass bridge. 

 

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OMG!

 

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Some of the visitors can be seen screaming and crawling along the path to avoid the fear.

 

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Road with 99 bends in the background, stunning views.

 

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While some are crying out of fear others are busy taking selfies from Skywalk in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park.  

 

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The 4,600 feet drop, revealing the breath-taking views of landscape but petrifying at the same time. 

 

 

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Don’t waste your time thinking about “How to reach the mountain top", as there are cable cars constructed by the  French company Poma,   to pick travellers up from the  Zhangjiajie railway station and deliver them safely to the top of Tianmen Mountain.

 

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Dare devils flying over the Big Gate Road with 99 hairpin bends in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park  

 

The cave 

 

Tianmen Mountain temple is another major attraction in the in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park. 

So don’t waste your time,  visit China to see this spectacular glass walkway. 

 

 
 

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