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12 best observation deck in the world

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Are you looking for some adventure or want to feel on top of the world at least for a few minutes or just want to overcome the fear of heights? We have put together 12 terrifying observation decks, viewing platforms and skywalks which are awesome, adventurous and are sure to give you an adrenalin rush.

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12 best observation deck in the world

  1. 1. 12 Terrifying Skywalks That You Wouldn’t Dare Look Down From
  2. 2. The bridge that leads to the 14 steps of this stairway is the highest in Austria and visitors need to first cross it to face the steps that descend from the cliff face and are surrounded by glass walls. DACHSTEIN STAIRWAY TO NOTHINGNESS, AUSTRIA > Read The Complete Article >
  3. 3. It's the world’s third-tallest structure and has two tall observation decks within. The upper deck offers 360 degree views of the city, both offer a beautiful view of Mount Fuji on a clear day. TOKYO SKYTREE, JAPAN > Read The Complete Article >
  4. 4. At a height of 300 feet, it offers great views of the viaduct and Kinzua Creek Valley. It extends 624 feet into the Kinzua Gorge and glass panels allow visitors to look in to the gorge below. KINZUA SKYWALK, USA > Read The Complete Article >
  5. 5. The world’s highest full-circle, hands-free walk on a 5ft wide ledge encircling the CN tower’s main pod. Lean back over Toronto with nothing but air and breathtaking views of Lake Ontario beneath. EDGEWALK CN TOWER, CANADA > Read The Complete Article >
  6. 6. Another adventurous and awesome pick from Canada is this 700 feet walkway attached to a granite cliff face located 300 feet above the Capilano River. CAPILANO SUSPENSION BRIDGE & CLIFFWALK, CANADA > Read The Complete Article >
  7. 7. London’s tallest building, The Shard, offers several breathtaking panoramic views of the city from its floors 68, 69 and 72. It also has an open air observation deck that offers 360 degree views of the beautiful London city. THE SHARD, ENGLAND > Read The Complete Article >
  8. 8. This lookout is both mind-blowing and terrifying, for its views of the Fjord landscape and the impression of falling that the glass panel at the end of the walkway gives visitors. STEGASTEIN LOOKOUT, NORWAY > Read The Complete Article >
  9. 9. This glass-bottomed delight offers a great view of all the eight glaciers that make up the Dachstein Glacier. Slovenia's Triglav Mountains and the Czech Republic's forests are also visible on a clear day. DACHSTEIN GLACIER SKYWALK, AUSTRIA > Read The Complete Article >
  10. 10. Up the adventure quotient at this skywalk located at a height of 2,000 feet, with the rim of Grand Canyon located 70 feet behind you and its other side 3 miles in front of you. GRAND CANYON SKYWALK, USA > Read The Complete Article >
  11. 11. This extremely scary climb is one of Australia’s highest external building walks, the highest point 270 meters above ground. Enjoy magnificent views of the stunning Gold Coast region. SKYPOINT CLIMB, AUSTRALIA > Read The Complete Article >
  12. 12. Seattle's iconic tower (605ft), has an observation deck with a rotating Sky City restaurant. Watch out for the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, Mount Rainier, Mount Baker, Elliott Bay and surrounding islands. SPACE NEEDLE, USA > Read The Complete Article >
  13. 13. At 192 meters above Auckland, sky walking the edge is an exhilarating experience with 360 degree panoramic views of the city, its hills, the sparkling harbor and the islands beyond. SKY TOWER, NEW ZEALAND > Read The Complete Article >
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