For some people, the fun of mountain climbing lies in the satisfaction of conquering endless stairs and walking through unspoiled forest; but for others, it's all about the views from the top.
If you happen to be the latter, then this impressive observation lift in China could be your dream attraction.
A set of striking new pictures have emerged of the vertigo-inducing elevator, which is attached to the side of a cliff, overlooking the lush forest and rocky columns in central China's Wulingyuan Scenic Area.
The incredible observation elevator, which is taller than The Shard, can transport visitors to the top of a 1,070-foot-tall cliff (362 metres) from its foot in less two minutes.
According to People's Daily Online, the £13 million (120 million Yuan) project claims to be the highest and heaviest outdoor elevator in the world.
DrMallard, West Palm Beach FL USA, 2 hours ago
Terrifying? Definitely. Because of the height? No. Because of where it was MADE.
Gabby747, sydney, Australia, 6 hours ago
Wouldn't get me on it, if it was produced locally. Death trap.
Here_we_go_again, Manchester, United Kingdom, 7 hours ago
Glass? Apart from the windows in the lift cars themselves, it looks distinctly like a metal structure to me (and a bit of a blot on the landscape where it's located as well).....
Sydneysider58, Now living in Taree, Australia, 8 hours ago
Very rugged and beautiful countryside.
SecretSquirrel, Exposing Those Nuts, United States, 8 hours ago
Made in China. Say no more....
Damo, Guangzhou, China, 8 hours ago
It's not terrifying at all. It's far safer and smoother than apartment elevators.
Jay, Loughton, United Kingdom, 14 hours ago
Blimey I don't wanna be in that lift if someone farts!