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A bridge too clear – China’s high achiever

The world's highest and largest glass-bottomed bridge across the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon.
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If you’re afraid of heights, you can cross this off your bucket list.

The world’s highest and longest glass-bottomed bridge was recently completed in the Huanan Province in China, spanning 1,400 feet over a canyon below.

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The glass-bottomed bridge is 300m above the ground. Photo: Getty
The glass-bottomed bridge is 300m above the ground. Photo: Getty

Thrill seekers will be able to walk across a bridge, swaying between two cliffs, 300 metres above the ground.

Photo: Getty
Photo: Getty

The overpass boasts six-metre wide glass panels and holds 10 world records according to Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon’s YouTube channel.

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Photo: Getty

Among them, it now holds the record for the highest glass bridge in the world, longest glass bridge in the world, longest swing in Asia and the highest bungee in the world.

Photo: Getty
Photo: Getty

There is no official opening date set for the stomach-churning attraction, but is likely to be open in July.

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