This is the heart-stopping moment a brave tourist walked along what's said to be the most dangerous hiking trail in China.
Situated at a height of over 7,000 feet on Huashan, the perilous hiking trail includes vertical ladders, a wooden path measuring just 11 inches wide and a series of steps carved into the cliff face.
The dangerous site attracts thousands of fearless visitors from all over the world every year.
The footage was taken by a 33-year-old flight attendant, who is named Alex.
The courageous tourist filmed the clip when he visited the mountain in north-west China's Shaanxi Province last September.
Alex said it was his first time to hike such a trail. He said he was 'looking for something fun and different as there are not many trails like this around the globe'.
Duncanny, Seal Beach California, United States, 10 hours ago
I would prefer the Dumbo ride at Disneyland than walk this thank you very much.
Completely Average, Somewhere, United States, 12 hours ago
Not sure it's the most dangerous. Go to yourube and search for "Hiking glacier goat trails". They're crumbly, 6 inch wide trails with a 400 foot sheer drop, and no safety ropes. This trail at least has flat, smooth boards to walk on and safety ropes to catch you if you fall.
去youtube上，搜索“Hiking glacier goat trails"(冰川羊肠小径）。
vango666, Bristol, 12 hours ago
My question is Who put the boards up there?