If you can get over the fact that China's OTHER glass walkway had to temporarily close down because one of its panels shattered, then we dare you to visit their newly opened glass bridge in Zhangjiajie park, which is located in Hunan province.
If the park looks familiar, it's because scenes from Avatar were filmed in Zhangjiajie. The glass bridge is suspended between two mountains, about 980 feet above the ground. It is 1,400 feet long, 20 feet wide, and made of 99 panels of clear glass. Only 800 people can go at a time, which already sounds like waaaayyyy too much, but what do we know?
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