You have to climb up and down the stairs every day. Whether at home or in the office, you can find straight and simple stairs everywhere. But if we say that there are many places in the world where climbing stairs makes people shiver, then maybe you will believe it. but it is true. Today we will tell you about the 6 most dangerous stairs in the world where people climb the stairs with hearts in hand. You too will tremble when you see the pictures.
Guatape Rock of Colombia – These 649 steps were built to climb a rock that is over 650 feet high, which is very scary. Not everyone is able to climb this crooked staircase built in the middle of the gap. For this we need liver. People’s legs start shaking before they climb those stairs. This rock has been declared a national monument by the Colombian government.
Haiku Stairs of Hawaii – These are also called Stairs to Heaven. The general public is not permitted here and traveling on foot has been declared illegal. Yet every day, dozens of brave people climb these 4,000 stairs, built at a height of 2,500 feet. On one side is the Moanalua Valley and on the other side is the Likelike Highway and Kaneohe. The stairs are only 18 inches wide and have a 30 degree incline, which is nerve-wracking.
Mount Huashan in China’s Shaanxi Province is one of the country’s five sacred mountains. On this mountain, people have made small paths made of wood and iron that resemble paths. Only those who have a very strong heart can dare to follow it. The climb takes place via a network of steep stairs, narrow paths and plank paths that are not easy to walk.
San Juan de Gaztelugatxe in Spain is a small rocky island. There are many historic ashrams here that have been popular tourist destinations for years. But to get here you have to cross 231 stone stairs, which is quite scary. For below there are strong and surging sea waves, and sometimes it seems as if the shaken bridge would break.
The stairs at Pailon del Diablo waterfall in Ecuador were designed to enjoy the beautiful view. But if you look at the stairs from top to bottom, you will notice that they are mixed together. Although these stairs are quite slippery, there are metal railings on the sides to help you climb up and down.
At Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Colombia, about 70 percent of the upper temple stairs are completely sloped. This is why you need ropes to climb up or down them. People here say that these stairs remind people how difficult it is to get to heaven. Thousands of people still leave here every year.