Chinese workers repair 'world's most dangerous hiking trail' at 7,000 feet high after some wooden planks ROTTED AWAY
The world's most infamous cliff-side walkway has re-opened to the public in China after workers had to replace decayed planks.
Drone footage of the restoration of Huashan plank walk shows workers hanging to the side of a cliff as they removed the damaged boards and put in new ones at 7,000 feet high.
RidgerunnerAK, Fairbanks, United States, about 16 hours ago
Definitely safer than a Tesla!
RobertG, Rockville, United States, about 16 hours ago
Probably safer than a Chinese escalator.
TXAvatar, New York, United States, about 16 hours ago
Does DM have some ridiculous rule that something has to be capitalized in every title? Omg, wood has rotted away!
Tails1, Ajax, Canada, about 16 hours ago
I wonder how many people are killed using this?