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Three of the scariest viewing platforms in the Alps

27th January 2014 | OTS Staff

Step Into The Void on the Aiguille du Midi above Chamonix  - ©Chamonix Tourism

Step Into The Void on the Aiguille du Midi above Chamonix

Copyright: Chamonix Tourism

Take a look at these thrilling viewing platforms in the Alps . . . 

Titlis Cliff Walk, Engelberg: Take a heart-pounding walk across Europe's highest suspension bridge (3,041m). This narrow walkway (3ft wide) spns a glacial abyss in the Swiss Alps. It's a 500m drop so don't look down!

Titlis Cliff Walk - ©Titlis.ch

Titlis Cliff Walk

Copyright: Titlis.ch

Step Into The Void, Chamonix: Step into the glass case with 1000m of nothingness beneath your feet - this is not for the faint-hearted. On the summit terrace of the Aiguille du Midi, in the French Alps, this glass box installation opened to the public December 2013.

Step Into The Void on the Aiguille du Midi above Chamonix  - ©Chamonix Tourism

Step Into The Void on the Aiguille du Midi above Chamonix

Copyright: Chamonix Tourism

Dachstein Sky Walk, Schladming: Walk off the edge of the Hunerkogel rock face in the Austrian Alps. The platform offers stunning views of the southern wall of the Dachstein and some of the most beautiful summits in the Alps.

Outstanding views from the Dachstein Sky Walk - ©Dachstein

Outstanding views from the Dachstein Sky Walk

Copyright: Dachstein

 

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