The third glass walkway at a Chinese mountain park.
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Glass walkways on mountains are all the rage at China's Tianmenshan National Park, where the third walkway—hugging a mountain about 4,600 feet above sea level—opened August 1.

The Coiling Dragon Cliff walkway is about 300 feet long, and just 5 feet wide. Even if the walkway were made of wood, metal or concrete, the views of the park would be gorgeously vertigo-inducing. The glass only adds to the effect.

The national park's glass walkways and mountain views are popular with tourists, according to People's Daily Online.

The glass walkway is 5 feet wide.
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The new walkway was previously wooden, according to Mail Online, but was converted to glass.

The glass walkway goes 330 feet around the mountain.
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This Chinese park loves its glass walkways.
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The two previously opened glass walkways include a bridge suspended 3,500 feet in the air.

The glass walkway is 4,600 feet above sea level.
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Dizzyingly high glass walkways are also popular in Shanghai, where a handrail-free walkway on Jinmao Tower recently opened. And across the Pacific, Los Angeles is just getting started with a glass slide attached to the side of a skyscraper.