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Walk of Faith: Glass Pavement for Tourists Built on 4,690ft Mountain in China

I get vertigo just looking at it, but if you have nerves of steel, then you should definitely try out this newly built glass walkway in China, called the Walk of Faith.

I hope the glass is as thick as the Popemobile’s because this Glass Plank Road has been added 1,430 metres (4,690ft) up the Zhangjiajie Tianmen mountain. The translucent floor guarantees the tourists some unforgettable sightseeing experiences.

The mountain is very popular with tourists and is located in the Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park, five miles south of Zhangjiajie Village in the Hunan province.

Would you like to take the walk of faith?

Sources: 1, 2

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  • Daniel Stanescu via Facebook

    i am enzio, i’ll even take the leap of faith. hope for a haystack down there or else…

  • http://www.facebook.com/Abedarslan Abed Arslan via Facebook

    wOooow !! i guess walkin on that will feel like flying ! and a heart full of fear ! :)) i’d like to try this :D

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Brandy-Bentley-Boss/1496327702 Brandy Bentley Boss via Facebook

    No. Glass is slippery + heights = scary for me.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Janet-Fauble/100000283294922 Janet Fauble via Facebook

    I remember Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo with Kim Novak…no thanks, I would not care to do that at all…vertigo is a problem for me too. But I admire those who will. I know how I can go…I stay on all lower floors as much as possible.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Patricia-Helmuth/1661508048 Patricia Helmuth via Facebook

    cluck cluck

  • JJadiadax

    not in china i wouldn’t 

  • JJadiadax

    not in china i wouldn’t 

    • http://www.facebook.com/nikeleggio Nick Leggio

      What I was just about to comment ಠ_ಠ

    • http://www.facebook.com/nikeleggio Nick Leggio

      What I was just about to comment ಠ_ಠ

  • wessel van dieren

    What a shitty photos! There is no photo where you can look through and see the emptines below you.

    • Anonymous

      actually there is one photo, you’re doing it wrong!

    • Anonymous

      actually there is one photo, you’re doing it wrong!

  • wessel van dieren

    What a shitty photos! There is no photo where you can look through and see the emptines below you.

  • Yuki AC via Facebook

    In China?? No thanks..! LOL

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Miranda-Panda/1624057960 Miranda Panda via Facebook

    That is not something a bored panda would do.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ilze-Logina/100000708349804 Ilze Logina via Facebook

    Iespaidīgi, tikai man personīgi nebūtu dūšas :)

  • Chris Stewart via Facebook

    I am terrified of heights but I would def give it a go :) Sock Monkeys by Chunky Chick

  • Chikara_Neko

    I wouldn’t feel safe on that thing, but it has jack to do with the walkway being made of glass.
    I just simply don’t trust chinese workmanship to be reliable. If their walkways are anything like the products they make for the west that thing won’t be there next year.

  • Amygee1972

    Crazzzzzy ……. That makes my head spin

  • pedantic

    It is transparent, not translucent.

  • c

    are there an alternative route ?