The thrilling height of China's Mount Hua has attracted daring climbers willing to take on the world's most dangerous hike.
Thrill-seekers from around the world are flocking to the picturesque Mount Hua in China, which is considered the world's most dangerous hike.
Not for the faint-hearted, this mountain requires hikers to risk serious injury or death when they climb the 2,154-meter tall Mount Hua, but that doesn't seem to have fazed some adventure seekers.
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During the entire climb, striking views greet the climbers, but the heart-stopping point-of-view camera footage shows just how dangerous the hike is. Steep drops, dangerously narrow paths and the notorious one-foot-wide wooden plank walk, often seen in photos, are what many unfazed climbers face.
Would you be brave enough to take on Mount Hua?