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SPECTACULAR CLIFF WALKS – PART 1

We present you the World’s most spectacular cliff walks, that are absolutely worth your attention.

Some of the cliff walks look really scary and risky, but they give a rewarding view in return. We can’t but admire the courage of workers who build these spectacular footpaths. It is more than obvious, they feel no fear whatsoever.

1. Huangshan Paths, China

Certainly one of the major tourist attractions in China is Huangshan mountain range. It is also one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There are more than 30 walking paths in the mountain, with 31 mi (50 km) in total length. The place is known for impressive scenery, sunsets and peculiarly shaped granite peaks. “Fairytale bridge” is just one of numerous spots from which you can completely experience the beauty of this place.

Huangshan walking trail is one of the world's most spectacular cliff walks.Image source

Huangshan walking trail is one of the world's most spectacular cliff walks.Image source

Fairytale Bridge in the Huangshan mountains in China offers a spectacular view from above.Image source

2. Cliff Path at Blue Mountains, Australia

Mid Cliff Walk  provides a birds-eye view over the remote Jamison Valley. Visitors have the chance to observe Australian vast forests of eucalyptus, just like the famous Wentworth Falls.

Cliff Path at Blue Mountains in Australia is one of the most spectacular cliff walks in the world. Image source

Cliff Path at Blue Mountains in Australia is one of the most spectacular cliff walks in the world.Image source 

3. Ebenalp Path, Switzerland

Ebenalp mountain is known as one of the most popular hiking destinations in Europe. Prehistoric caves and fantastic panorama along the way are reasons enough to visit this site. There is also a famous Aescher mountain restaurantbuilt onto the rock face. You can access the place using the cable car and enjoy stunning view on the Swiss Alps.

Ebenalp Path in Switzerland is one of the most spectacular cliff walks in the world.Image source 

Ebenalp Path in Switzerland is one of the most spectacular cliff walks in the world.Image source

Ebenalp Path in Switzerland is one of the most spectacular cliff walks in the world.Image source

4. Walkways of the Tianmen Mountain, China

The mountain is situated within the Tianmen National Park. To reach the top of the mountain tourists can use a cable from nearby Zhangjiajie railway station. Built at the 4,600 ft (1,400 m) above sea level, the path is considered one of the highest observation platforms. From the glass floor section, there is unique panoramic view, straight down the cliff. When the weather is nice, thousands of feet below can be clearly seen. According to the park regulations, tourists have to wear anti-slip shoe covers to minimize dust on the glass. It is always funny to see those scared of heights lean against the cliff as they cross it.

Tianmen mountain in China is one of the most spectacular cliff walks in the world.Image source

Tianmen mountain in China is one of the most spectacular cliff walks in the world.Image source 

Tianmen mountain in China is one of the most spectacular cliff walks in the world.Image source

Tianmen mountain in China is one of the most spectacular cliff walks in the world.Image source

5. Capri Island Path, Italy

The zigzagging Via Krupp footpath is one of the landmarks of this gorgeous island in Italy. The path was constructed to  make the access to the marine easier. As you walk down, you can stop and admire a breathtaking view on the Bay of Marina Piccola and unusual Faraglioni Rocks. 

Capri path in Italy is one of the most spectacular cliff walks in the world.Image source

Capri path in Italy is one of the most spectacular cliff walks in the world.Image source

Capri path in Italy is one of the most spectacular cliff walks in the world.Image source

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