If you're scared of heights or have a serious case of vertigo, read on at your own risk because this experience is bound to give you chills down your spine. But for adrenaline junkies, this might prove to be the next in the list of their adventures.

Built onto the side of a huge cliff in Zhangjiajie, China, Bailong Elevator is the highest outdoor lift in the world with a height of 1,070 feet (330 m).

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Also known as the Hundred Dragons Elevator, it is a set of three scary lifts which take around a minute to reach the top with 50 people in each.

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However, as nerve-wrenching as it looks, this one-minute once-in-a-lifetime experience will serve you with some amazing and breathtaking views of the rocky mountains around.

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Imagine the plight of the maintenance staff of these glass elevators!

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And if you don't want to sign up for this hair-raising experience, you have the option of taking the two-and-a-half hour walk up the valley. The choice is yours.

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