China's Bailong Elevator is the worlds tallest outdoor elevator at 1070 scary feet of Chinese Steel

Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in China is home to one of the world's most impressive elevators. The name Bailong Elevator translates literally to Hundred Dragons Elevator. Construction started in 1999 on this project with the opening being in May of 2002. The total cost of construction was around 21 million dollars. It runs 1,070 feet up a cliff and takes about a minute to make the climb...and 31 seconds to get down.

The Guinness Book of World Records dubbed it the world's tallest outdoor elevator in 2015.

What's truly frightening is that it's built with China Steel.

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