These 18 places around the world will leave even those who do not suffer from vertigo scared of heights. These man made structures are incredible.
Mont Blanc, French Alps.
Aiguille du Midi peak is 12,500 ft high, and at the very top sits this glass box named “Step into the void.” Making this the worlds highest glass floor.
The tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
At the top of the Burj Khalifa which is 2,700 feet tall is this glass deck offering this incredible view.
The Grand Canyon Skywalk.
Below the Grand Canyon Skywalk is a 700 ft drop!.
Skydecks at the top of the Willis (Sears) Tower, Chicago.
This ledge is a glass balcony casually suspended 1300 feet in the air.
CN Tower in Toronto.
The CN Tower offers amazing views of the city at an incredible 1,800 feet high.
Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia.
This skybridge is 2,300 feet above sea level and goes on for 410 feet. Crossing over stunning picturesque views.
Blackpool Tower, England.
Blackpool tower was opened in 1984. At 518 feet tall it overlooks the towns piers and amusements.
Walk of Faith, China.
This skywalk is built on the side of the 4,700 ft high Zhangjiajie Tianmen. You have to take a cable car to get there.
Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand.
This sky tower is over 1,000 feet high. You can go for a walk on the top if you feel like the observation deck isn’t enough, and if you are feeling really crazy you can bungee jump off!.
Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth, England
The spinnaker is 560 feet tall, making it the tallest building in the UK outside of London.
Hovering 2,300 feet above the lake of Ringedalsvatnet. These amazing natural rock formations provide a spectacular view.
The bridge between the Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The Petronas Towers are 1,500 foot tall. The bridge is only about a 3rd of the way up at 550 feet tall.
Shanghai Pearl Tower in China.
The Pearl Tower is 1500 feet tall and dominates shanghais skyline.
Lion’s Head Mountain over Cape Town, South Africa.
The Lion’s Head mountain overlooks Cape Town and at 2,200 feet tall and dwarfs any man made structures and offers an amazing view of the city.
The skytree is the second tallest tower in the world with a height of 2080 feet.
Rooftop swimming pool at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore.
At the very top of this 57 story skyscraper is a hotel with an absolutely amazing infinity pool.
Harbor Bridge Climb in Sydney, Australia.
This bridge is 440 foot high and was opened in 1932 overlooking Port Jackson.
Half Dome Mountain, Yosemite National Park, USA.
The granite dome rises 4,700 feet high above the valley floor offering amazing vantage points of the national park.