Let’s face it, China loves creating structures made of glass. About three years ago, a see-through path was constructed on a Chinese cliff-face 4,000ft above a rocky ravine on Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie, China.
Built in 2011, this glass path suspends on a cliff face on the side of the Tianmen Mountain in China.
I think she can’t wait to get to solid ground!
While it’s a marvel of engineering, something even grander has been built in Baoding, Hebei province. A spectacular glass suspension bridge in China has been built.
It has a 95-metre middle section made of glass and the entire bridge stretching 300-metres and suspended 180-metres above the ground.
There are actually staff that help tourists cross the glass section and give them encouragement to make it across.
Almost there, you can do it! This bridge will definitely make you weak in the knees!
Unlike the glass path on Tianmen Mountain, this bridge is a suspension bridge so it also move with the wind. Even more terrifying.
This glass bridge in China is completely safe but it must also be completely terrifying.
I’d be crazy enough to try walking across this glass bridge in China but I probably would close my eyes at some point on the glass section out of fear. Please share this awesome glass bridge in China suspended high in the air and dare your friends and family to go!