The many terrifying treats of Tianmen Mountain, Hunan
Not content with just one glass-bottomed walkway, Tianmen Mountain in Hunan province, southern China, has three, the most recent of which opened in the summer of 2016.
Known as Coiling Dragon Cliff Walk, the new addition consists of 1,500 meters of 6.35 centimeter thick glass that crowns the mountain top like a halo of horror.
Those who dare can enjoy a bird's-eye view of the famous Tongtian Avenue -- otherwise known as "Bending Road" thanks to its 99 hairpin turns -- a dizzying 1,400 meters below.
Two other glass walkways lace the mountain range, one of which was formerly the world's longest but is still currently the world's highest at 300 meters.
Also on hand for adrenalin junkies who just won't quit is the world's longest cable car ride, which spans seven kilometers and takes 30 minutes to complete.