The report explains that the bridge was opened in February and promises quite the daunting task: Even if you take a cable car, you are still in store for a 40-minute walk to this amazing bridge. (Falling off the thing won’t be as long of a trip, despite the fact you are 1,476 feet in the air.)
Also, Mashable states the structure can hold 200 people, but we would be wary with a dozen people on its platform.
Obviously, this isn’t the country’s first foray into fanciful glass bridges and platforms. Insider showed off this Beijing area observation deck last May:
Back in 2015, visitors had the chance to finally walk on the aptly titled Brave Men’s Bridge, which had us shaking in our boots from here.
Basically, if you love bridges—especially the kind with transparent walkways—China is your must-see destination.