The Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge is a bridge in the Wulingyuan countryside in Zhangjiajie, China.
The bridge spans the canyon between two mountain cliffs in the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in China’s central Hunan Province. It opened on August 20, 2016 and is a popular tourist attraction. Their load capacity is designed for up to 800 visitors at the same time. It was designed by the Israeli architect Haim Dotan.
The bridge, built as a tourist attraction, has a transparent glass floor. It is the longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge in the world.
Access : Coordinates: 29.3987, 110.6982 / The bridge spans the valley dug between two mountain cliffs in Zhangjiajie Forest National Park, in central Hunan province, China.
- The bridge spans the length of the canyon between two mountain cliffs in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in central China’s Hunan Province
- With a length of 430 meters and a height of 260 meters above the ground, it was the longest and highest bridge in the world with a glass floor when it opened.
- The mountains of Zhangjiajie inspired the movie Avatar. To build the bridge, engineers erected four support pillars at the edges of the canyon walls. The bridge is made of a steel structure with more than 120 glass panels.
- According to the Bridge Management Committee, the bridge has broken ten world records in design and construction. / In addition to the footpath, there is a bunjee and zipline facility.
Go next : The mountains of Zhangjiajie inspired the movie Avatar at the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park , a national park of the city of Zhangjiajie. It is located in the Hunan Province, in the central east of the People’s Republic of China.