El Caminito del Rey (Spain)
This path of about 3 km was built a hundred years ago on a steel structure.
While originally designed to allow workers to maintain the hydropower system, over time it has finally been open to the public and offers a more frightening panorama than ever before.
Capilano Bridge (Vancouver)
The height of this bridge is roughly equivalent to that of a 30-storey building.
It is located in Vancouver, British Columbia. This scary walkway is very long and even contains some glass parts, to make the experience even more chilling!
Tianmen Skywalk (China)
With a height of about 1500m, this path is as scary as it seems!
The floor on which you are supposed to walk is in glass, and even if the ice and does not really break easily, the view underneath can make you feel really uncomfortable!
Angel's Landing (USA)
Located in Utah, USA, this small hike attracts many people from all over the country.
With steep descents and narrow hiking trails, this short ride may seem like an extremely long ride, one of the worst you've ever walked.
The Hussaini Hanging Bridge (Pakistan)
This bridge passes over Lake Borit in northern Pakistan and is also known as the most dangerous bridge in the world.
The missing boards and the somewhat shaky structure could indeed discourage even the most courageous!
Saddle Waterfall (New Zealand)
Even though this hiking trail in the middle of the forest has become very popular thanks to the Lord of the Rings movie, it is extremely dangerous!
And not only because it is slippery in some places, but also because many landslides occur in the surroundings.
The trail Huayna Picchu (Peru)
This path is located near the famous Machu Picchu in Peru.
It is extremely narrow, slippery and offers a terrifying view of the cliff sides. The hike is already extremely difficult to achieve in the dry season, but it is completely impossible to do in the rainy season, and is closed.
The Dachstein Bridge (Austria)
Located in Austria, the skywalk gateway is well known for its panoramic view of the Alps.
In reality, it is built in such a way that it seems to go way above the mountain, making it extremely scary!
Via Ferrata (Italy and Austria)
Its name means "railroad" in Italy and was invented by Europeans in the 15th century.
This hike contains passages facing the stone and large cornices that you will have to pass to go to the end. A really scary place!
Drakensberg Taraverse (South Africa)
Located in South Africa, this trail is slippery, often uneven and extremely high. It is also one of the most dangerous places in the world: it is indeed not even secured by a protective rail on each side.
Titlis Cliff Walk (Switzerland)
Opened in 2013, this bridge is about 100m long and not even 1 meter wide!
If you are the type of person who does not like height, this bridge is clearly not for you. On the other hand, if you are looking for action and adventure, it will give you a magnificent view of the Alps.
Puente de Ojuela (Mexico)
This bridge seems straight out of a horror movie!
With about 300m in length, it is the only way to reach a small town in the mountains, abandoned in the early 20th century for lack of resources.
Mist Trail (USA)
This trail is located in Yosemite National Park. Extremely steep and very slippery, this path is one of the most dangerous in the world.
Be careful not to go when it's raining!
Mount Pinatubo (Philippines)
This path around Crater Lake may seem simple, but many people died while walking there.
Indeed, this lake comes from a huge volcanic eruption that has deposited 15 million tons of sulfur on the mountain, which is very dangerous.
Obviously, the biggest danger would be that the volcano erupts again!
Aonach Eagach Rifge (Scotland)
This hike will give you a breathtaking view of the mountains around you, but it can make you risk your life because the top of the mountain is really very thin and very dangerous.
Located in Hawaii, this hiking trail is dangerous for many reasons.
It travels through jungle, rivers and volcanic lands with landscapes that can also be a major hazard.
While it seems simple and quiet, do not underestimate the level of danger involved in this hike.
The Tower Bridge Glass Road (Great Britain)
This path seems completely secure in the photo.
It is, to be honest, but once you get there and look down at the cars that run 14 floors down, trust us, it's completely scary.
You will think twice before going up!
This extremely long path travels Corsica from north to south and contains many traps, unexpected turns, climbs, descents and huge rocks that will scare you every moment.
And worse, the biggest dangers are usually unpredictable storms that occur in both summer and winter and can make the road very slippery.