List of Most Popular Glass Bridges In The World

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There are lots of many ways in which people want to feel the adventure and the trending one is by sightseeing the height via glass bridges. Yes! You heard it right. Nowadays sightseeing from the glass bridge has become a trend to feel the rush of adrenaline in the body.

You will feel all type of emotions like fear, adventure, thrill, etc right at a single point, you just need to visit the glass bridges which I am going to tell you further in this blog. There are many platforms and bridges which lets you hover over some most beautiful scenery on this earth. These bridges are not just a symbol of godlike engineering by the humans but also tell about the guts of the manpower.

So, in this blog, I am going to tell you about some famous and popular glass bridges around the world which will make your jaw drop and your heart will skip a beat if you visit there.

Most Scariest and adventurous glass bridges in the world

Now, I am going to tell you 8 scariest and adventurous glass bridges in the world. If you visit these places it will be a once in a lifetime experience and I am sure you are going to share your experience with the next generation after going to highest skywalk in the world.

1. Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge

Zhangjiajie Glass Bridges In The World
Image by yoyolang from Pixabay 

Location – China

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Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge is the longest and the highest glass bridge in the world situated in Hunan, China. It is also known as Yuntiandu which means “ a way of clouds to the sky ”. This bridge is 430 meters long and 6 meters wide with a height of 300 meters.

In the middle of the bridge, you will find a platform of bungee jumping which will be the world’s highest bungee jumping point. High heels and shoes with metal spikes are not allowed there so make sure you are not wearing one. In addition, people who have high blood pressure, acrophobia or any heart disease are advised to not to visit this bridge. this is the scariest hanging glass bridge in the world.

2. Glacier Skywalk

Location – Canada

Glacier Skywalk is the largest cantilevered platform in America and it is 60 meters high situated between the Jasper and Banff National parks. The glass bridge loops at the angle of 150 degrees and are in H – Shaped polygonal form.

3. Tianmen Mountain Skywalk

Location – China

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This bridge is also known as coiling dragon cliff skywalk which is located at Zhangjiajie, China. The walkway is 100 meters long and consists of more than 100 turns around the mountains. This glass bridge is present at the height of 1500 meters and allows you to view the beautiful scenery of Tianmen Mountains and Hunan Countryside. If the day is clear and the weather is calm then you can experience the scariest moments of your life.

4. Dachstein Skywalk

Location – Austria

Dachstein Skywalk Glass Bridge is situated in Salzburg, Austria. Opened in July. 2013 this glass bridge is one of the four tourist attraction of the Dachstein Glacier which is also a UNESCO world heritage site. Dachstein Glass Bridge provides you to see one of the most spectacular views from it all the way to the Czech Republic and Slovenia.

5. Haohan Qiao Bridge

Haohan Qiao Bridge
Image Source: Reuters / China Daily

Location – China

Haohan Qiao Bridge was inaugurated on September 2015 and is one of the top spots for the tourist in China. This glass bridge is situated in Shiniuzhai National Geopark in Pingjiang county, Hunan, China. Haohan Qiao Bridge is also known as “Brave Men’s Bridge” and is 1000 feet long and was the world’s longest bridge before the Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge was constructed. Below your legs there will be glass panels which are 25 times stronger than any normal glass, your legs might shake there but don’t worry you will be safe.

6. House on the Rock infinity Room

House on the Rock infinity Room
Image: Dan Century (Flickr)

Location – United States

It was originally built as a private residence but was later opened in 1959 for the public. House on the rock infinity room is a combo of inn and resort built by Alex Jordan jr. It is 218 feet / 66 meters long and has more than 3000 small windows on its sides. This architecture was one of the famous structures in the late 80s and is supported by a triangular-shaped steel truss. It is based on the theme of American heritage, vintage music, and Christmas.

7. Grand Canyon Skywalk

Grand Canyon Skywalk
Image: Güldem Üstün (flickr)

Location – United States

Grand Canyon Skywalk is situated in the Eagle Point at Arizona in the United States. It is a Horseshoeoe shaped Glass Bridge which is similar to a meander. This skywalk is strong as it can hold weight equal to 70 fully loaded Boeing 747 passenger jets. Grand Canyon Skywalk is 10 meters wide and goes up to 70 feet outwards over the rim of the Grand Canyon. It is a 3-hour straight drive towards the Grand Canyon Skywalk from the Las Vegas. So if you are somewhere in Las Vegas than make sure to add this place in your trip list, this place really deserves a onetime visit. You can also have a look on Hoover Dam which you will be crossing midway reaching the Grand Canyon Skywalk.

Read More about it: Grand Canyon Skywalk- complete guide

8. Aiguille du Midi Skywalk

Aiguille du Midi Skywalk
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Location – France

This skywalk is in the form of a glass box and is situated at Chamonix, France. It is one of the highest spots of attraction in Europe, this marvel is a 12 mm thick triple-layered glass box located at a height of 3800 meters. Every angle has unique scenery and you can look down to see Bossons Glacier, you can have selfies as much as you want to take.

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So, these were 8 different glass bridges around the world which you should visit once in your lifetime. You might have observed that most of them are in Chinese Provinces that’s how Chinese became famous for their engineering. Visiting such places is a lifetime experience and you should add these adventurous trips to highest skywalk in the world in your bucket list. Don’t forget to thank us later.

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