Add this to your bucket list: walking across a glass skywalk suspended 400 feet in the air above a massive chasm!
It might sound far fetched, but it’s real. The skywalk is located in Ordovician park in Wansheng, China. The Guinness Book of Records has confirmed that it is the longest of its kind in the world.
The structure was built as a tourist attraction. The v-shaped walkway stretches almost 70 metres from a sheer cliff face in southwest Chongqing, offering intrepid tourists a vertigo-inducing view of the ground
A maximum of 30 people are allowed on it at once.
Check out this video to get an idea of the height (Warning: It contains vertigo-inducing footage!).
One thing is certain… if you visit the skywalk, you’re bound to get an incredible selfie!
China opens a terrfying new skywalk in Chongqing. The vertigo-inducing walkway is suspended more than 400 feet above a gaping chasm. pic.twitter.com/6fe6aFBu8c
— AFP news agency (@AFP) July 4, 2017
Here are some of the reactions on Twitter:
Can u wear a parachute just in case?
— 4:44 (@DJYABOYEARL) July 4, 2017
— 〰NaGilaa Chava 〰 (@NagilaaC) July 4, 2017
Hell to the no. Even that tiny see-through bit of walkway in SM Light freaks me out. https://t.co/TNNBpGFKwV
— 🦄👑💕🎉💰💷💵🍀🐲🔵 (@amyslayer) July 4, 2017
— ET (@SlaggerDagger) July 4, 2017