China clearly can’t get enough of vertigo-inducing glass bridges.
So it’s built yet another, this one on Mount Langya in Hebei, northern China.
The glass bridge leads to a circular observation platform, and was opened to the public in February.
Behold, its wondrous glory:
The observation platform is 466 square meters (5,015 square feet) big, and can hold 200 people.
If you fell, it would be a 450 meter (1,476 ft) drop to the gorge below.
The trek up to Mount Langya will take around three hours. You can take a cable car most of the way, but will still need to make a 40-minute trek to get there.