15 Beautiful Places to Endanger Your Life.

The most dangerous tourist sites in the worldThe most dangerous tourist sites in the world The sights and attractions you’ll find below are the kind of places you you question before you. Natural or constructed by man, these places can be peaceful or innocuous, but it turns out they are among the most dangerous places in the world. It is their vertiginous character that makes them so spectacular. Here are 15 places to visit where security is not in order!

The sights and attractions you’ll find below are the kind of places you you question before you. Natural or constructed by man, these places can be peaceful or innocuous, but it turns out they are among the most dangerous places in the world. It is their vertiginous character that makes them so spectacular. Here are 15 places to visit where security is not in order!

Mount Huashan, China

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Considered one of the most dangerous but also one of the most popular climbs in China, the trek on Mount Huashan is nerve-wracking from beginning to end. One might think that the almost vertical stairs and rickety and narrow wooden bridges are good reasons not to go, that does not stop hundreds of tourists and locals to attempt the dangerous trek throughout the year .

Suspension Bridge Hussaini, Pakistan

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Busy, this suspension bridge was unkempt. Yet it was the only way to cross the river Hunza Nagar in northern Pakistan. It was destroyed by the waters in 2011 but has since been rebuilt. Hoping it inspires a little more confidence now

Sky Tower, Auckland, New Zealand

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From its 328 meters high, the Sky Tower is the tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere. Despite its dizzying height, 700,000 people access to three platforms to admire the Auckland region. And among them, some took the opportunity to make the jump from the top!

Trolltunga, Norway

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One of the most popular views in Norway, Trolltunga ( “Troll’s tongue”) is one of these outcrops that one would not close. It was formed by the erosion of glaciers tens of thousands of years ago. Knowing this, visitors do not even hesitate when to go sit on the edge of the language of stone.

Glass box on the Aiguille du Midi, Mont Blanc, France

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How about you hold more than 3800 meters of height above the empty (or so)? This glass box gives the impression of floating above the snow-capped peaks near the top of the highest mountain in Europe.

Devil Falls, Victoria Falls, Zambia / Zimbabwe border

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To have a picture, would you risk your life? Would you go to swim to the edge of high falls 108 meters just to take a picture? Your life and the life of the photographer would be endangered … Although there are dead time to time, this does not prevent tourists to continue to take this kind of pictures!

 Kjeragbolten, Norway

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When a rock is wedged between two cliffs, perched at nearly 1000 meters above empty, go sit on it is your evidence? For some travelers, this is the case. In the county of Rogaland, Norway, the Kjeragbolten dominates the Lysefjord. Seen during a hike by the fjord.

Volcano Villarrica, Chile

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Active volcanoes are beautiful to see, but explore closer is another story. Every day the Villarrica spews smoke, ash and lava. Guided hikes are organized from Pucon, but they can be suspended in periods of increased volcanic or seismic activity. In 2007 a helicopter guided service has started offering flights over the crater. In winter skiing is practiced on the western slopes of the Villarrica.

Yungas Road, Bolivia

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Modestly called “The Death Road”, the Bolivian road its name largely because of the hundreds of lives lost there every year (mostly from heavy vehicle traffic on very narrow and poorly maintained roads). When she was “titled” the most dangerous road in the world, its traffic has continued to grow, with among others the most daring tourists than each other.