The tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa in Dubai
The Grand Canyon Skywalk
“The Ledge” is a glass balcony suspended 1300 feet in the air. And though the glass panes are supposed to hold over 10,000 pounds each, you will recall that just a few weeks ago a glass pane shattered giving a guest the scare of a lifetime. I can only imagine the horror of that moment.
Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia
Blackpool Tower, England
The Walk of Faith is a glass walkway built on the side of the 4700 foot tall Zhangjiajie Tianmen. You arrive by cable car, and as long as you don’t suffer from vertigo, the leisurely stroll is an unforgettable experience.
Around 325 feet up the Alpspix mountain is this short bridge that offers amazing views of the valley. Beneath the bridge floor is a sheer drop.
Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth, England
Spinnaker Tower is the tallest tower in the UK outside of London, standing at 560 foot tall. The crows nest is the highest of three observation platforms, and with only a wire mesh roof, it’s entirely open to the elements.
Trolltunga Cliff in Norway
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The Heavenly Stairs in China
This terrifying path up Mt. Hua Shan, which is more than 7,000 feet high, leads to a teahouse which supposedly has some of the best tea in the world. I hope it's worth the treacherous climb.
Rooftop swimming pool at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore
Cliffwalk follows the Capilano River for 700 feet and at its highest point, reaches 300 feet above the river.
Harbor Bridge Climb in Sydney, Australia
At its peak, this ancient granite dome rises more than 4,700 feet above the valley floor. Various cliffs offer a vantage point to take in the beautiful national park.
Insanity at the Stratosphere Hotel in Las Vegas, USA Insanity is a ride that spins you at speeds of up to three G's. It also hangs 64 feet from the side of the Stratosphere Hotel and 900 feet above the ground.
Royal Gorge Bridge in Colorado, USA