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2011-11-20
Glass pathway on a cliff on Tianmen Mountain


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The pathway you see on the image is all glass, and that’s right it’s on the cliff of a mountain. It’s becoming China’s newest tourist attractions. The walkway is 200 ft long (aprox. 61 meters), and was built 4700 ft high (aprox. 1433 meters), on the side of Tianmen Mountain, Zhangjiajie, in northwestern Hunan Province.

The attraction is part of Tianmen Mountain National Park.

Many Chinese tourists that have been there have posted their opinions on Weibo, China’s Twitter like social networks. They describe it as "breathtaking", "squatting scary". Some others also said that "the view just gives you an empty feeling in your stomack" or that "i had to close my eyes to be able to make it all the way".

What’s your opinion? Would you be able to try it?

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