10 Most Amazing High Platforms in The World
If You have phobia with high places, Maybe You can’t enjoy this amazing places:
1. Dachstein Sky Walk (Austria)
Called “Balcony alpina mountains”, Dachstein Sky Walk exposed at an altitude of 2700 meters above sea level and on the rocks OF Hunerkogel AT vertical height OF 250 m. The view shows the visitors 360-degree view in the south of Slovenia Czech Republic in the north. Skywalk is much higher than the platform at Niagara waterfall or a waterfall located in Iguazu, Brazil. I guess You need to enroll in reputable ski instructor courses to fully appreciate what this place has to offer.
2. Aurland Lookout (Norway)
Architect Todd Saunders and Tommie Wilhelmsen commissioned to design a beautiful stops on the mountain in Aurland Norway and produce this amazing place that gets first place in the competition of Norwegian tourist routes. The outer side of the platform – which curved to form the foundation of the structure – closed a glass, providing exceptional views to the land below for those who dare to walk up to the very end.
3. Grand Canyon Skywalk (Arizona – US)
This amazing horseshoe shaped platform relies exactly 4000 feet above the ground and extends 65 feet from the end of the Grand Canyon cliff. Skywalk is a horseshoe-shaped construction of glass wall thickness of 4 inches and visitors were required to wear socks, anti-scratch if They want to go and see the sights there. This work is a remarkable architectural masterpiece that could hold the weight up to 70 tons (equivalent to 14 african elephants) and can withstand winds up to 100 meters per hour.
4. Iguazu Waterfall Hanging Platform (Brazil and Argentina)
Apart from the waterfall that’s truly amazing, this place in the subtropical forests is making tourism in this place more enjoyable. To appreciate the greatness and grandeur, nice to see this waterfall from the Skywalk. Platform scenery is so close that you will sprayed by sprinkling water and made deaf by the roar of water falling from a height of 80 feet deafening.
5. The sky scraper tower Auckland (New Zealand)
Auckland Tower skyscraper, 328 m high, is the tallest building in the southern hemisphere. It takes 2000 tons of iron, 660 tons of steel frame buildings and 15,000 cubic meters of cement to build it. This building can withstand the wind speed 200 km / h, an earthquake measuring 8 on Richter scale and in a sunny day, the view can reach 82 km. Peak in the highest room is Sky Deck with seamless glass that provides 360-degree view.
6. Landscape Promontory (Switzerland)
Landscape Promontory is a high scenery platform designed by Paolo Burgi as a part of Cardada project, a revitalization of the mountain Cardada that expected to be completed in 2010. The corridor is made of iron and titanium leads to a platform overlooking the scene Lago Maggiore. Not only the sights that can be enjoyed by visitors. The symbols in the tile and the written description information on the platform railing to offer references and literary history.
7. Illawara Fly Tree Top Walk (Australia)
This place opened not long after 5 months of development. Located at Knights Hill on the ridge near Robertson in the southern highlands, Illawara Fly Tree Top Walk facilitate visitors to walk among the rain forest canopy 25 feet above the ground on the metal platform. The corridor 500 m-high street has a hand brace that brings visitors to the end of the cliffs and offers panoramic views of the coastline from Kiama to Shellharbour.
8. Infinity Room at the House of the Rock (Wisconsin – US)
House on the Rock, first opened in 1959, is a complex of rooms, streets, gardens, and shops with unique architectural designs by Alex Jordan, Jr.. Is located in Spring Green, Wisconsin, and is a regional tourist attractions. The Infinity Room at the house extends several hundred feets from the valley, without a buffer below, with more than 3000 hand-made windows at the edge.
9. Il Binocolo (Italy)
In the garden of castle Trauttmansdorff, Italy, you will find a dazzling iron platform is out of the trees. The name, which means the binoculars, comes from the form of small roof platform and surrounding scenery. This platform is designed by architect Matteo Thun.
10. Top of Tyrol (Austria)
Top of Tyrol (Peak Tyrol) that designed by landscape Astearchitecture is 3000 m above sea level high platform on the Stubai Glacier in Tyrol, Austria. Weather-resistant steel used in construction to anticipate extreme weather so you can stand 9 feet from the top of the mountain to see the sights Stubai Glacier.