The Grand Canyon Skywalk
One of the most terrifying adventures on the Grand Canyon is the Skywalk. It opened in 2007 with a ceremony attended by Astronauts Buzz Aldrin and John Herrington. It has since attracted tourists year round.
The Avenue Toward Heaven
In Chinese culture, it is believed that Heaven has nine places. The number nine is considered a lucky number that links things to Heaven so the road was built to have 99 twists and turns. Often called “China’s Scariest Road”, the winding road’s height goes from 200 meters (or 656 feet) below sea level and reaches 1300 meters (4265 feet) above.
Dragon Falls, Venezuela
Part of the Angel Falls located in Venezuela, Dragon Falls spans over 3,200 feet. It drops over the Auyantepui mountain in the Canaima National Park. It is a great wonder but if you are afraid of heights, just make sure you don’t look down!
Heaven’s Gate Mountain
China’s Tianmen Chan (known as “Heaven’s Gate Mountain”) is located south of the city of Zhangjiajie. In order to get to the top, there are two options. You can go in a cable car which just happens to be longest cable car ride in the world. You could also walk up 999 steps.
When most people think of Niagara Falls, few realize there are actually three waterfalls. They are a collective wall that straddles the boarder between Ontario, Canada and New York. The falls names are Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls.