Most of us like a bit of adventure, but then there’s those among us that thrive on insane adventure attractions. There’s a big difference between the two, so for those that would not consider themselves fans of insane attractions, watch out.
Trend Central recently compiled a list of their top 10 insane attractions, and here are our favourites.
Once the tallest structure in the world, the CN Tower in Toronto offers walks on its open deck.
Without rails, your safety depends on the harness around your body while you’re walking 356 metres from the ground below.
You get to walk right around the radio tower with spectacular views of Toronto, if you can keep your eyes open. Your guide will even allow you to dangle from the tower if you want to. Uhm, no thanks.
The fastest zipline on earth is located in Wales of all places.
Once launched, you can go from standing still to reaching a speed of 95 kilometres per hour within the first 10 seconds.
While you’re hanging in a harness bag with a helmet on, you can reach speeds of up to 200 kilometres per hour – equivalent to the speed limit for trains in England.
Because the speed is so fast, even if you manage to keep your eyes open during the ride, whatever’s below you will be nothing but a blur.
If speed and heights isn’t your favourite combination, you can always take it "easy" with the Ladder to Heaven.
This suspended wire ladder is found in Donnerkogel in Austria. The area is mountainous with many peaks so steep that it’s almost impossible for the average climber to ever reach it.
The Ladder to Heaven makes it easier, but it’s still not simple as it’s suspended 700 metres in the air and it’s just over 40 metres long.
If the strong mountain winds or the height doesn’t scare you, you should be able to make it. Well, you don’t really have a choice because it’s impossible to turn back once you have started.
Watch the Trend Central video below for more insane adventure attractions from all over the world.