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In Pictures: China’s Most Terrifying Tourist Attractions

Travel | Getty Images | June 18, 2018, 3:20 pm
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 The world's longest glass U-shaped bridge at Fuxi Mountain, Henan. (Image: Getty Images)

The world's longest glass U-shaped bridge at Fuxi Mountain, Henan. (Image: Getty Images)

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 The world's longest glass bridge at Hongyagu, Hebei. The 488-meter-long bridge is four meters wide and hangs nearly 218 meters above the valley floor. If that's not enough - suspension cables make it sway. (Image: Getty Images)

The world's longest glass bridge at Hongyagu, Hebei. The 488-meter-long bridge is four meters wide and hangs nearly 218 meters above the valley floor. If that's not enough - suspension cables make it sway. (Image: Getty Images)

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 The world's highest glass-bottomed bridge at 300 meters is another attraction waiting for thrill seekers in Zhangjiajie, Hunan. (Image: Getty Images)

The world's highest glass-bottomed bridge at 300 meters is another attraction waiting for thrill seekers in Zhangjiajie, Hunan. (Image: Getty Images)

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 Coiling Dragon Cliff Walk - one of the many terrifying treats of Tianmen Mountain, Hunan. It's 1,500 meters of 6.35 centimeter thick glass that crowns the mountain top. (Image: Getty Images)

Coiling Dragon Cliff Walk - one of the many terrifying treats of Tianmen Mountain, Hunan. It's 1,500 meters of 6.35 centimeter thick glass that crowns the mountain top. (Image: Getty Images)

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 World's Most Dangerous Hiking Trail on Mount Huashan. The paths are cut into a 2,090 meter-high rock and rusting metal bars serve as makeshift vertical staircases. (Image: Getty Images)

World's Most Dangerous Hiking Trail on Mount Huashan. The paths are cut into a 2,090 meter-high rock and rusting metal bars serve as makeshift vertical staircases. (Image: Getty Images)

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 The world's biggest glass viewing platform at Shilinxia, Beijing. It is 11 meters longer than the Grand Canyon Skywalk. (Image: Reuters)

The world's biggest glass viewing platform at Shilinxia, Beijing. It is 11 meters longer than the Grand Canyon Skywalk. (Image: Reuters)

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 And for adrenalin junkies who just won't quit is the world's longest cable car ride, which spans seven kilometers, takes 30 minutes to complete and goes up to the peak of Tianmen Mountain. (Image: Getty Images)

And for adrenalin junkies who just won't quit is the world's longest cable car ride, which spans seven kilometers, takes 30 minutes to complete and goes up to the peak of Tianmen Mountain. (Image: Getty Images)

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 People visit a glass bridge at a gorge in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, China. (Image: Reuters)

People visit a glass bridge at a gorge in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, China. (Image: Reuters)

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 Tourists look down as they walk on a glass suspension bridge at the Shiniuzhai National Geo-park in Pinging county, Hunan province, China. (Image: Reuters)

Tourists look down as they walk on a glass suspension bridge at the Shiniuzhai National Geo-park in Pinging county, Hunan province, China. (Image: Reuters)

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 Visitors walk on the 488-metre-long glass suspension bridge at Hongyagu attraction in Pingshan, Hebei province, China. (Image: Reuters)

Visitors walk on the 488-metre-long glass suspension bridge at Hongyagu attraction in Pingshan, Hebei province, China. (Image: Reuters)