1) Half Dome in Yosemite
Where: California, USA
The granite ridge rises more than 4,737 feet (1,444 m). While the summit can be climbed in several ways, the most common is to follow a 13.7 km path from the bottom of the valley, which includes several hundred feet of granite stairs.
2) Dachstein Staircase
Where: Schladming, Austria
This ‘Ladder to Nothing’ is a glass platform that protrudes from the edge of a cliff, where you can see 1,300 feet (396 m) directly below the feet to the bottom of the mountain.
3) Enter the void
Where: Pico Aiguille du Midi, near Chamonix, France
The minimalist glass box is the tallest glass floor in the world and offers unobstructed panoramic views of the French Alps, with a fall of 12,604 feet (3,842 m).
4) Skywalk in the Grand Canyon
Where: Arizona, USA UU
The transparent horseshoe-shaped bridge is built 4,000 feet above the Colorado River. There is a straight fall of 700 feet (213 m) below the observation deck.
5) Madness in the stratosphere
Where: Las Vegas, USA UU
If conquering a peak is not enough for an adrenaline junkie like you, how about turning while sitting in a narrow seat, suspended 900 feet (274 m) above the streets? Still too meek? The ride spreads things by tilting it at a 70-degree angle so your body can look straight down at speeds of up to 3 ‘G’.
6) Cliff of Trolltunga
Where: Odda, Norway
This piece of rock, called Troll’s Tongue in English, protrudes horizontally from a mountain at about 2,300 feet (700 m) on the north side of Lake Ringedalsvatnet.
7) Edgewalk in CN Tower
Where: Toronto, Canada
You can buy tickets (around $ 200) for a 20-30 minute ride on the roof edge of the CN Tower restaurant, suspended at 1,168 feet (365 m) above the ground.
8) Hua Shan plank walk
Where: Huayin, China
Called the “most dangerous trek in the world,” this trek consists of steel rod ladders and narrow wooden planks, with only a rusty chain to hang on. The Chinese government has now laid much safer roads, but adrenaline junkies prefer the dangerous route, which in some areas has a straight fall of 2,000 m (2,000 feet).
9) Lion’s Head
Where: Cape Town, South Africa
Get a panoramic view of the sprawling city and the surrounding ocean from the top of the mountain, sitting at 2,200 feet (670 m) above sea level.
10) Burj Khalifa
At 1,821 feet (555 m) above street level, At the Top SKY, is the world’s highest outdoor observation platform.
11) Sky Deck in Willis Tower
Where: Chichago, USA UU
The glass box, called ‘The Ledge’, is suspended at 1,353 feet (412 m) in the air and extends 4.3 feet from the Skydeck.
12) Infinity Pool at Marina Bay Sands
If sweating to the top just for the view is not your scene, how about looking at a spectacular horizon while resting in the longest elevated pool in the world, with an edge of 146 m, at 191 m (626 ft) above the ground ?
13) Sky Bridge
Where: Langkawi, Malaysia
The bridge is 410 feet long and 2,300 feet above sea level. It is suspended by 8 cables from a single pylon 81.5 m high, and hangs about 328 feet (100 m) above the ground.