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Dude Sneaks Onto World’s Deadliest Hike and Does It One-Handed Without Harness

The Huangshan Mountain in China, aka, the Yellow Mountain, has a trail hammered into the side of the cliff face, originally by Taoist monks way back when. It’s considered one of the most dangerous in the world, that is, for the general public to meander along with their shaky legs, sweaty palms, and proud selfies.

This crazy Aussie fellow decided, since he got there out of hours, to just sort of scoot around the gate or something, and did it without a harness… holding a camera in one hand!

Located in Anhui Province, Huangshan is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and is one of the top scenic attractions in China. “Visitors, poets, painters, and photographers come on pilgrimage to the site, which is renowned for its magnificent scenery made up of many granite peaks and rocks emerging out of a sea of clouds,” explains the UNESCO write up.

It has a incredible back story if you’re interested, read up here.

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