If exploring mountains, glaciers and canyons isn’t enough of a thrill, you can also access the world’s most terrifying glass-bottom bridges. These five are not for the faint of heart.
Grand Canyon Skywalk, Peach Springs, U.S.
Extending 70 feet over the edge of the Grand Canyon, the Skywalk & Eagle point offers an adrenaline-pumping view 4,000 feet down to the Canyon floor. The 10-foot-wide, horseshoe-shaped bridge gives you an up-close view of one of the world’s Seven Natural Wonders.
Glacier Skywalk, Jasper, Canada
Soak up views of Sunwapta Valley along the Columbia Icefield Skywalk to see waterfalls, wildlife, fossils and more. Glass is the only thing that separates visitors from a 9,180-foot drop to not only terrify you but connect you to nature in a more meaningful way.
Tianmen Mountain Skywalk, Zhangjiajie, China
See why they call Tianmen Mountain Skywalk the “Heavenly Gate” mountain. The crystal-clear glass walk offers stunning landscapes at an altitude of more than 4,600 feet. You can see all the way down to the bottom of the cliff and the mountain road below.
Located in Zhangjiajie, Hunan, the Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge was once the longest and tallest glass-bottomed bridge in the world. The middle of the bridge even offers a bungee platform towering 270 meters above the ground.
Brave Men’s Bridge
If you’re afraid of heights, the all-glass suspension bridge, Brave Men’s Bridge, is your worst nightmare. At 984 feet long and 590 feet high, the bridge was once wooden, which may be a more terrifying thought to consider.
Bucks County has plenty of history and activities to explore, but if you are in town and looking for something fun to do, check out the Bucks County Ale Trail. Once a year, Bucks County breweries participate in the Bucks County Ale Trail. Guests can download a virtual passport from visitbuckscounty.com. This passport allows visitors to check-in at breweries to earn points toward a free t-shirt. You may even find your new favorite beer or brewery.
Prepare your taste buds for the trip of a lifetime in Greece. About 100 Greek products — from wines, cheese and fruits to honey and oils — earned a Protected Designation of Origin from the European Union, and the country’s most beloved dishes include Greek Choriatiki salad, tzatziki, souvlaki and moussaka, with its layers of eggplant, potato, minced meat and bechamel. And those are only a few of the many highlights.
Hyatt Regency Phnom Penh is the first hotel in Cambodia to partner with ecoSPIRITS, a company pioneering the world’s first low-carbon method of packaging and distributing high-end spirits.
Travel restrictions are finally loosening and world explorers are ready to fly internationally once more. ParkSleepFly crafted a list of mistakes travelers commonly make that end up costing money. Remember these helpful tips before you board your next flight.
With more than 6,000 islands total, with 227 inhabited, in Greece, the selection is overwhelming. Which one is perfect for your next vacation?
Sweet Amalia Oyster Farm is a unique dining destination in Newfield, New Jersey. The aquaculture hand harvests its own oysters on site. In addition to delivering oysters to local restaurants, Sweet Amalia also operates a market and restaurant.