Glass Lookout in French Alps: Step into the Void skywalk

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For anyone with height issues, “Step into the Void” is not the tourist attraction for you. But it’s something most of your friends have never done, that’s almost a given: stand in a glass room that hangs over the French Alps. It’s a glass cage really, and it’s 12,604 feet high. That’s right, about 2.5 miles. So hold onto your heart when you step out – it’s bound to leap into your throat. But oh, the view! The location of the cage is at the Aiguille du Midi peak, part of the Mont Blanc range in south-east France. It was inspired by the “Skywalk”, a glass walkway over the Grand Canyon in Arizona. And it’s a four-season attraction, able to withstand both high and low temperatures as well as high winds. Standing in the void on the glass floor, with three glass sides and a glass ceiling, gives those who dare a sense of free-falling in space. Along with a whole lot of unforgettable!

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It’s a free-falling feeling!

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via MyModernNet