This swing, located at the Yunyang Longgang Scenic Spot in Chongqing, China, is not something you want to experience if you’re afraid of heights. It’s touted as the world’s largest swing and dangles riders over a 2,300-foot-tall cliff at speeds of up to 81 miles per hour. The swing setup consists of a swing attached to a 328-foot-tall arch tower with ultra heavy duty metal cables.
To get you going, a 354-foot-tall launch tower sends you over the edge at incredible speeds, matching those that can be experienced at the Nevis Swing in Queenstown, New Zealand. Before opening to the public, safety inspectors are making sure things are up to code, but it’s expected to open at the end of June.
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To ensure the security of tourists, we used the structural steel of the world’s highest safety performance and applied advanced technologies such as seamless welding. It’s also anti-thunder and anti-electric and can withstand a magnitude 10 earthquakes and level 14 typhoons,” said Li Pengfei, General Manager of Yunyang Tourism Development Co., Ltd.