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A Vertigo-Inducing Bridge Opened in China. Would You Walk Across?

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Would your knees get a little weak? - A Vertigo-Inducing Bridge Opened in China. Would You Walk Across?Here’s a bridge I’ll never cross. It’s a glass suspension bridge that stretches 300 meters (984 feet) between two rocky peaks in Pingjiang county, in the province of Hunan, southern China. The bridge is 180 meters (590 feet) above ground and it sways with the wind. If that’s not scary enough, it has a glass bottom.

Oh and don’t worry, if you get paralyzed with fear, a specially trained staff member will come to encourage (drag) you to make the journey across.

A Vertigo-Inducing Bridge Opened in China. Would You Walk Across?

A Vertigo-Inducing Bridge Opened in China. Would You Walk Across?

A Vertigo-Inducing Bridge Opened in China. Would You Walk Across?

Would your knees get a little weak?
Would your knees get a little weak? - A Vertigo-Inducing Bridge Opened in China. Would You Walk Across?

Would your knees get a little weak? - A Vertigo-Inducing Bridge Opened in China. Would You Walk Across?

My palms are sweaty just looking at this!
My palms are sweaty just looking at this! - A Vertigo-Inducing Bridge Opened in China. Would You Walk Across?

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Source: Gizmodo
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