15 Beautiful Places to Endanger Your Life.

Stolen Chimney, Fisher Towers

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Perhaps one of the most dangerous peaks in the world, the summit in Arches National Park in Utah is an excellent example where people climb just to show they can, at the peril of their lives.

Camping cliff on Baffin Island, Canada

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The trend among climbing and outdoor thrills fans camp is to install a suspended over the void, with real portaledges (wall tents). It is true that it must be very comfortable up there, and you’ve got to remember where you are in the morning.

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

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This informal and terrifying cycle track in Ireland highlights the “cliffs of insanity.” When we see these pictures, you wonder what’s going through the head of these people to borrow this narrow passage, mountain biking. A mistake, and it’s certain death

Trift Bridge, Gadmen, Switzerland

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At 100 meters in the air, about 170 meters long, and with less than 1 meter wide, these are the dimensions of the Trift suspension bridge in the Swiss Alps. The views are supposed to be incredible … until you do not look down.

Huayna Picchu, Peru

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The view of Machu Picchu from the top of Huayna Picchu mountain is a view that many will never see. To achieve this, you have to take a very dangerous path. Mals perilous trails maintained stairs at the edge of the void, dizziness … even the guides are cautious (many are tragically died in recent years).

Caminito del Rey, Spain

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“The Little Way of the King” was built between 1901 and 1905, for the purposes of the construction of two hydroelectric dams. Little work and repairs have taken place since. Attracting many inexperienced adventurers, and it houses several fatal accidents. The course officially forbidden (fine of up to 6,000 euros), remains very dangerous.