1,070-foot-tall glass elevator on the side of a cliff
Zhangjiajie Forest Park, China. The vertigo-inducing structure is situated at the Wulingyuan Scenic Area in central China. Named ‘hundred dragons sky lift’, the system transports visitors to the top of the cliff in less than two minute. For some people, the fun of mountain climbing lies in the satisfaction of conquering endless stairs and walking through unspoiled forest; but for others, it’s all about the views from the top. The towering structure is attached to the side of a cliff, overlooking the lush forest and rocky columns in central China’s Wulingyuan Scenic Area, in Zhangjiajie Forest Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The incredible observation elevator can transport visitors to the top of a 1,070-foot-tall cliff (362 metres). The structure is composed of three separate glass elevators, each of which can carry up to 50 people at a time.