If dazzling heights and spectacular views are your thing, you better check out these 10 Most Thrilling Skywalks Around The World.
Sky Deck, Willis Tower, Chicago
Step outside the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. At 412 meter (1,353 ft) in the air, the Ledge’s glass boxes extend out 1.3 meters (4.3 ft) from the Sky Deck.
Glacier Skywalk, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada
Looping out over the rocky slopes of the Canadian Rockies, the Glacier Skywalk experience allows visitors to take a stroll 275 meters (902 ft) above the Sunwapta valley.
Skypoint Climb, Queensland, Australia
SkyPoint Climb is Australia’s highest external building climb. The entire Climb experience lasts 90 minutes from beginning to end. SkyPoint has one of Australia’s fastest elevators taking you from ground to Level 77 (SkyPoint Observation Deck) in 42.7 seconds, where you will begin the Climb.
Skywalk X, Macau Tower, Macau
Skywalk is an adventure that takes the hair raising fun of Skywalk to its limit. Imagine you’re standing on top of a Tall Tower 233 meters (764 ft) high. Now take a stroll around the outer perimeter that encircles the tower. The walkway is just 1.8 meters wide, and you’re actually outside the tower.
Dachstein Stairway to Nothingness, Austria
The suspension bridge and glass platform offer spectacular views of the Alps with a sheer drop of 396 meter (1,300 ft) visible beneath your feet, walking along this suspension bridge onto a glass platform jutting off the edge of a cliff is not for the fainthearted. The ‘stairway to nothingness’ is only for visitors with ‘nerves of steel’.
Longgang National Geological Park, China
The world’s longest glass-bottomed cantilever skywalk has been opened to tourists in China. At 1,010 meter (3,314 ft) height, the stunning walkway stretches an impressive 26 meter (87 ft) into thin air, offering a breathtaking vista of the landscape.
OCBC Skyway, Supertree Grove, Singapore
Get an up-close look at the technical marvels of the Gardens’ futuristic Supertrees along a 128 meter-long (419 ft) aerial walkway like no other. Offering a spectacular view of the skyline 22 meters (72 ft) above the ground, the OCBC Skyway at the Supertree Grove is a popular attraction for visitors looking for a getaway in the very heart of nature. Source: gardensbythebay
Tianmenshan Crystal Glass Skywalk, Tianmen Mountain, China
Tianmenshan Skywalk is located between Yunmengxian peak on the west side of Mountain Tianmen and Yihong Pass. While ‘Walking the Sky’ at the 1429 meter (4691 ft) high and 60 meter (196 ft) long skywalk above the natural wonder of Tianmenshan, tourists can see clearly about the cliffs through the crystal-clear glass underneath.
EdgeWalk, CN Tower, Toronto, Canada
EdgeWalk is CN Tower’s most thrilling attraction in its history, and the first of its kind in North America. It is the world’s highest full circle hands-free walk on a 1.5 meter (5 ft) wide ledge encircling the top of the Tower’s main pod, 356meter (1168 ft) above the ground.
Grand Canyon Skywalk, Arizona, United States
This transparent over-the-edge skywalk is located on the west rim of the Grand Canyon, found in the US state of Arizona. The Grand Canyon is known throughout the world for its size and colorful landscape. Measuring over 434 km (270 miles) long, up to 29 km (18 miles) wide and a 1600 meter (5250 ft) deep, the canyon’s walls contain rock layers that reveal a timeline of Earth’s history. Many people consider it to be one of the seven wonders of the natural world.