6 Risky Places People Visit

By Editorial Staff in Facts and DIY On 20th August 2015

The Stolen Chimney at Fisher Towers

This is considered one of the most epic peaks in the world located in Moab National Park in Utah as a prime example of people climbing stuff just because they can aware of the fact that the tower looks like it might fall over any time.

The Moher Cliffs

This is a horrifying biking trail in Ireland showcased as the "Cliffs of Insanity" also seen in The Princess Bride. This craze is mostly shown in those who choose to ride the path that rarely gets any wider than 4 feet, on a cliff that is constantly crumbling.

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The Amazing Arctic Cliff

The increasing trend among climbing junkies and tourists is to just go ahead and set up camp thousands of feet above ground level in portaledges. At some point, I'm sure sleeping on air is pretty comfortable but then what if you forget you're not camped on the ground, you might be in for a pretty bad awakening.

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The Huayna Picchu

The incredible view of Machu Picchu from the summit of Huayna Picchu is an experience mostly will never see, but reaching there can be quite treacherous itself.

The El Caminito Del Rey

Translated as "Little Pathway of the King", this was built in 1905, and had very less repair work done until recent years. After this, many bold travelers found it as their main retreat spot regardless of the risk it holds.