For those of you who are somehow tired of paying pricey entrance fees and pushing your way through neverending crowds to walk across one of China’s numerous terrifying bridges built for tourists, you’re in luck, Hubei has something a bit more traditional that you might be interested in.
This 120-meter-long, 80-meter-tall bridge was built by the local government to connect two villages on two mountains separated by a river in rural Enshi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture, NetEase reports.
Instead, of “unbreakable” glass, this bridge is made only of wooden planks and wire ropes, and swings and sways as you walk across.
Who’s going with us?
[Images via NetEase]