The stomach-churning footage shows tourists climbing what has been billed as the 'world's most dangerous trail' at Mount Hua in China.
The trail is made from a one-foot-wide plank of wood which is situated on the side of the 2,154 metre (7,066 foot) tall mountain.
Footage posted online on December 18 shows thrill seekers crossing the path off their bucket list.
The wooden plank measured about 100 metres long (328 feet).
It is believed to be first paved about 700 years ago by a Yuan Dynasty monk. He Zhizhen, who was also a Kungfu Master, came to Hua Mountain hoping to find a secluded place to practise meditation.
Today, the dangerous footpath is one of the most popular attraction on Hua Mountain, receiving daredevil tourists from around the world.
A visit to the plank walk costs 30 yuan (£3.50).