9 of the most daring places to visit on the planet

Climbing road Hua Shan, China, walking bridge crossing the mountains of the Alps, Switzerland or cliff Trolltunga in Norway not only offer you fantastic views but also challenge your brave at high mountains that can be dangerous.

1.Glass Bridge “Dragon rolling cliff”, China


You can walk on a glass bridge built close to the Tianmen Mountain cliffs in Hunan Province, China, at a height of 1,400 meters above the ground. This 91-meter-long and 1.5-meter-wide bridge will force you to cling to the cliff to avoid tripping.

2. Pedestrian Bridge on Mount Titlis, Switzerland

walking bridge on MountTitlis, Switzerland

With a height of 2,700 meters above sea level, this is Europe’s highest bridge. Although there is no glass in the bridge’s floor, the thrill of being at Europe’s highest bridge while watching white snow-covered Alps right beneath your feet is unrivaled.

3. Blank in the Alps, France

french-alps mountain range

If you don’t like walking through the air in the Alps, you can go to France and enter an empty box made entirely of glass. It’s like an observation station with enchanting views, giving you a panoramic view of Europe’s vast mountain ranges from where you stand.

4. Skywalk in Grand Canyon, USA


If the postcard pictures aren’t enough to convince you of the Grand Canyon’s beauty, come and see for yourself by walking on the hanging skywalk and taking artistic photos. Located 219 m above the ground, where shooting is built specifically to create an ideal space for photos. Furthermore, the floor of this location is made of glass, allowing you to admire the beautiful landscape below.

5. CN Tower Edgewalk, Canada


The CN Tower, Toronto’s tallest attraction, allows visitors to stand on the building’s outer edge. It will undoubtedly appear horrifying, but adventurers who want to experience this level of danger are outfitted with covered wires. It’s worth a shot because from here, you can see the entire city from an altitude of more than 365 meters above the ground.

6. Bungee jump on the Bloukrans Bridge, South Africa


Bloukrans Bridge has the highest bungee jump in the world, at approximately 216 meters above the Bloukrans River. This adventure tests the bravest of people because it takes a long time and makes you wonder whether the jump ropes will hit the bottom or not.

7. Swing on top of the Stratosphere Hotel, US


The Stratosphere hotel has built a carousel on the top floor in the spirit of Las Vegas. This adventure game is called X-Scream, and it is a prescription that can accommodate 8 people and lean over the city while the bracket is located at the edge of the roof. Another game called Insanity involves ferris nails protruding into the air at a height of 274 meters and protruding into the air at a height of 19 meters.

8. Climbing Road on Mount Hua Shan, China


You can walk along the craggy cliffs on the wooden plank walkway in Hua Shan mountain, and there is only a chain attached to the cliff to cling to. The road is treacherous, but at the end of the journey, you will enjoy tea in a house at an elevation of over 2,100 meters.

9. Cliff Trolltunga, Norway


Trolltunga is regarded as one of the most terrifying places on the planet; there is no protective wire when approaching the Trolltunga cliff. Go to the edge of this cliff to see the full beauty of the bay, the lake, and the imposing cliffs. Take care, however, when photographing here.