We’ve talked about glass-bottom bridges from China before and they are all definitely impressive… and all scary as hell. China still isn’t done building them and it’ll soon open its longest and highest glass bridge to the public.
Yes, it’s also very scary.
Spanning two cliffs in China’s Hunan province at the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, the bridge is 430 meters (1,410 feet) long, six meters wide and hangs 300 meters (984 feet) above Earth.
According to CNN, the bridge is going to be open in May, at which point you and 799 other people will be able to take one of the most frightening trips of your life, assuming you plan to visit the park.
Designed by Israeli architect Haim Dotan, the bridge is designed to hold 800 people at once, which is very impressive.
Of course, no matter how daring these creations, we can’t forget that a similar glass bridge cracked since the glass used to build the bridge is still, well, glass. So tread carefully.
Meanwhile, here are more pictures showing this suspended glass bridge.