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World's longest terrifying glass walkway to extend from Chongqing cliff

Lots of construction in Chonqing and now a new glass walkway is planned
Lots of construction in Chonqing and now a new glass walkway is planned Image by Peter McGahan / CC BY 2.0

Glass walkways seem to be all-the-rage in China where a new see-through bridge to rival the Grand Canyon’s Skywalk is currently under construction. The horseshoe-shaped bridge extends over a 718-metre-high cliff in the Longgang scenic area near Chongqing. While not as high as the Grand Canyon’s bridge, the Chongqing walkway extends more than 26 metres from the cliff edge, making it the world’s longest cantilever bridge. Read more: shanghaiist.com