Glass Bridge In Look Down If You Dare: 14 of the World’s Most Terrifying (and Beautiful) Glass Skywalks, by, the author describes many glass bottom bridges that terrify almost anyone who walks on them. However, many people seek even more extreme thrills than walking on one of these bridges, such as mountain climbing, bungee jumping, and canyon swinging. Also, I personally would love to see a glass bottom bridge, since I could have fun while at the same time staying safe.

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To begin, I think that the reason people risk their lives just for thrills is because it’s their way of having fun. Although many people would call things like bungee jumping crazy and too risky, the whole point of people having fun on it is because it’s risky. When you know something high is at stake (in this case your life,) then adrenaline pumps through your veins and makes you feel happy, in a strange way. Your senses are so high and on alert that your nerves start to fire up, and to some people, it’s one of the most wonderful (and crazy fun) experiences in the world. To continue, there are many other dangerous ways to get thrills other than bungee jumping. Several examples of this are white-water rafting, mountaineering, and wing walking. While there are other ways to have fun, such as playing sports or video games, several people think that taking risks is the best way to have fun. After all, each gives you a different type of thrill. Sports gives you a rewarding type of fun, video games give you instant gratification, and extreme sports (and other activities) gives you adrenaline. Finally, I would definitely want to visit the glass bridges mentioned in the article. In my opinion, I’m the one who likes to get the most “dangerous” thrills in the family. Walking on a glass bridge with the ground 900 feet below you would be perfect for me. I love safe ways to have lots of fun and adrenaline rushes. While I’m not into things like mountain biking, which is too dangerous, it would be amazing to get to just look down and see the ground way below you, churning like and endless void, while you simply stood on the glass bridge, safe, but shaking with fear. To conclude, glass bridges are the borderline between having fun safely and extreme activities, such as mountain climbing. While several people seek extreme thrills just for the adrenaline rush, such as bouldering and wind surfing, I simply would like to go on the glass bridge and have a little fun while remaining unharmed. Going on the glass bridge and other very safe yet fun activities are what I dream about doing. It may be difficult to tell which activities are extreme and which are safe, but still, one thing is for certain: glass bridges are an amazing work of art, from both the architectural and thrill seeking perspectives.