Tourists who want to test their nerves can choose to go to China to cross a dazzling glass bridge hanging on a rock.
The Oriental Skywalk is located 4,700 feet above sea level on the side of Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie, China.
To keep the glass aisle clean, tourists are asked to put on shoe covers before passing.
The 200-foot bridge joins the western cliff at the top of the Yunmeng fairies, the top of Tianmen Mountain and Zhang Jiajie.
The trail, built earlier in the summer, reflects the glass-bottomed trail in the Grand Canyon in the United States
The Grand Canyon Trail is a 70-foot bridge and 4,000 feet above the natural wonder and allows tourists to look through 2.5 inches of crystal clear glass at the canyon floor below.
Tianmen Mountain, literally translated as the Mountain of the Gates of Heaven, is so named because of the huge natural cave that is found in the middle of the peak.
Located in Hunan Province, its highest peak is about 5,000 feet above sea level and is home to a wealth of rare plant species.
A 4-mile-long oven has been built in the park, which is said to be the longest of its kind in the world.
The futuristic glass trail is a significant improvement from another high-altitude hiking trail located in the same province.
Mount Shifu, located 82 miles in Hunan Province, offers tourists a 3-foot-wide path of wooden planks thousands of feet high.
When finished, the “road” – the width of the dinner table – will stretch to 1.8 miles, making it the longest hiking trail in China.