MSN Travel recently had an article about 13 thrilling skywalks around the world. If you’re a dare devil who isn’t afraid of heights, this may just be your new bucket list.
- Yuandan, China: Home of the world’s longest cantilever bridge, a transparent, horseshoe-shaped bridge jetting out over a cliff in China’s Chongqing region
- Walk of Faith, China: A 196-foot-long glass pathway attached 4,000 feet off the ground to the side of a cliff in Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park
- The Ledge, USA: If you dare, step out onto the glass platform on the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower in Chicago
- AlpspiX, Germany: With two platforms overlapping, you get twice the fright from this viewing platform 3,280 feet above the ground
- Cliffwalk, Canada: Take a walk through Capilano Suspension Bridge Park in Vancouver, which is full of suspended walkways hovering 300 feet above Capilano River
- Devil’s Throat, Brazil/Argentina: Located at the border of Brazil and Argentina, the Devil’s Throat walkway allows you to gaze over the Iguazu Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world
- Aiguille du Midi, France: Similar to the Ledge in Chicago, Step Into The Void is a glass box 12,604 feet up on the Midi peak in the French Alps
- Grand Canyon Skywalk, USA: You can walk out 4,000 feet above the floor of the Grand Canyon thanks to this 3-inch-thick glass walkway
- OCBC Skyway, Singapore: Walk 72 feet above the ground between the “Supertrees” of the Gardens by the Bay complex
- Titlis Cliff Walk, Switzerland: Walking on a bridge 1,640 feet above the ground of the Swiss Alps makes you nearly 10,000 feet above sea level
- Glacier Skywalk, Canada: Similar to the Grand Canyon Skywalk, this glass-floored walkway is 918 feet above the Sunwapta Valley
- Edgewalk, Canada: If you dare, take a walk around the edge of the CN Tower in Toronto 1,167 feet above the ground, attached with only a harness
- Stegastein Lookout, Norway: This walkway allows you to look way down 2,099 feet at the deep Aurlandsfjord
You can read the rest of the MSN article here.