13 Crazy Places To Visit Before You Die


1) Half Dome at Yosemite


Where: California, US

The granite crest rises more than 4,737 ft (1,444 m). While the summit can be ascended in various ways, the most common is by following a 13.7 km trail from the valley floor, which include several hundred feet of granite stairs. — with Anand Swaminathan, Sriram Ram, Maniq Ntrj and Karthick Subramaniyan.


2) Dachstein Stairway

Dachstein Stairway

Where: Schladming, Austria

This ‘Stairway to Nothingness’ is a glass platform jutting out of the edge of a cliff, where you can see 1,300 ft (396 m) straight down beneath your feet to the bottom of the mountain.

3) Step in to the void

Step in to the void

Where: Aiguille du Midi peak, near Chamonix, France

The minimalist glass box is the world’s highest glass floor and offers unobstructed panoramic views of the French Alps, with a a sheer drop of 12,604 ft (3,842 m).

4) Skywalk at the Grand Canyon

Skywalk at the Grand Canyon

Where: Arizona, US

The transparent horseshoe-shaped bridge is built 4,000 ft above the Colorado River. There is a straight 700 ft (213 m) drop beneath the viewing platform.

5) Insanity at the Stratosphere

Insanity at the Stratosphere

Where: Las Vegas, US

If conquering a peak isn’t enough for an adrenaline junkie like you, how about spinning while sitting in a narrow seat, suspended 900 ft (274 m) above the streets? Still too tame? The ride spices things up by tilting you at an angle of 70 degrees so that your body faces straight down at speeds of up to 3 ‘G’.

6) Trolltunga Cliff

Trolltunga Cliff

Where: Odda, Norway

This piece of rock, called Troll’s Tongue in English, juts horizontally out of a mountain about 2,300 ft (700 m) above the north side of Lake Ringedalsvatnet.

7) Edgewalk at CN Tower

Edgewalk at CN Tower

Where: Toronto, Canada

You can buy tickets (about $200) to take a 20-30 minute walk on the edge of roof of the CN Tower’s restaurant, suspended 1,168 ft (365 m) above ground.

8) Hua Shan plank walk

Hua Shan plank walk
Where: Huayin, China

Called the ‘most dangerous hike in the world’, this walk consists of steel rod ladders and narrow planks of wood, with just a rusty chain to hang on to. The Chinese government has now carved out much safer paths, but adrenaline junkies prefer the dangerous route, which in some areas has a straight 7,000 ft (2,134 m) drop.

9) Lion’s Head

Lion's Head

Where: Cape Town, South Africa

Get a panoramic view of the sprawling city and the surrounding ocean from the summit of the mountain, sitting 2,200 ft (670 m) above sea level.


10) Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa
Where: Dubai

At 1,821 ft (555 m) above street level, At the Top SKY, is the world’s highest outdoor observation deck.


11) Sky Deck at Willis Tower

Sky Deck at Willis Tower

Where: Chichago, US

The glass box, called ‘The Ledge’, is suspended 1,353 ft (412 m) in the air and extends out 4.3 ft from the Skydeck.

12) Infinity Pool at the Marina Bay Sands

Infinity Pool at the Marina Bay Sands

Where: Singapore

If sweating your way to the top just for the view is not your scene, how about gazing at a spectacular skyline while lounging in the world’s longest elevated pool, with a 146-m vanishing edge, 191 m (626 ft) above the ground?

13) Sky Bridge

Sky Bridge malaysia

Where: Langkawi, Malaysia

The bridge is 410 ft long and 2,300 ft above sea level. It’s suspended by 8 cables from a 81.5 m high single pylon, and hangs at about 328 ft (100 m) above ground.

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