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If you didn't have a fear of heights BEFORE walking this, you just might have one afterward.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on December 28, 2017

If you didn’t have a fear of heights BEFORE walking this, you just might have one afterward.

You know those ‘adventure’ vacations — the ones that are the opposite of lounging in a spa all day long?

Here’s one for ya.

But not for the faint of heart!

Mount Huashan

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The upside? This is a vacation where you know beforehand that you won’t gain weight lounging by the pool.

The downside? The real possibility of destroying a perfectly good pair of pants if you happen to look down at the wrong time.

Because it’s a very LONG way down… and a very narrow walkway to balance on.

Are you up for it?

Or does the very idea of making this climb give you a cold sweat?

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