BBC Click features new glass-bottomed bridge in Zhangjiajie 张家界

JISHOU, HUNAN — But the news service misspelled the city’s name in the video.

Zhangjiajie 张家界 is about 90 minutes from here. It’s already the home of several tourist attractions, including the first national park in China, Yellow Dragon Cave, and the “Grand Canyon,” which is a deep crevasse cut through the limestone here, but not quite as grand as America’s Grand Canyon.

The new bridge spans the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon, and is reported to be the longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge in the world. It’s due to open next month, and I might just give it a go.

More details at CNN.

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