This Glass-Bottomed Suspension Bridge Is Not for the Faint of Heart

    It looks safe enough from a distance. (Screenshot/ECNS)Hmmm this is harder than it looks! (Screenshot/ECNS)Luckily the mist makes things a bit less scary! (Screenshot/ECNS)

    See-through walkways are a thing in China with the latest thrill being an almost 1,000-foot-long bridge in Hunan Province.

    Earlier this month, we saw people trying out a new glass path on the side of a cliff in Heibei Province that’s over 6,000 feet above sea level.

    But if you’re not feeling that brave, you could just walk across the transparent panel in the middle of this scenic bridge.


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