Double Deck Bendy Glass Bridge Looks Scary On Mountains In China(Pics)

These pictures show a double-deck glass bridge in China with a mind-boggling undulating design that is just too scary for some people.

The bridge sits on 459ft (140m) above a ravine, 328ft long (100m) and spans the Shenxianju valley in Zhejiang province.

The crossing actually consists of three undulating bridges and part of its deck is made from transparent glass.
The bridge was designed by He Yunchang, a steel structure expert who was also involved in the design of Beijing’s Bird’s Nest Stadium for the 2008 Olympics.

Opened September, 2020.

Since its opening, more than 200,000 people have visited the bridge.


Another glass-bottomed walkway, in Chongqing, China, is built on the side of a cliff face at 390ft high and extends 262 feet into the air.

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