The World’s Highest Bridge Opens, And It’s Terrifying

If you have acrophobia, which is an irrational fear of heights, you’ll want to look away now. Everyone else, behold the Duge Beipanjiang Bridge in southwest China, opened to traffic this week and is now the highest bridge in the world at 1,854 feet above the valley below.

The bridge stretches across a 4,400-foot span. Three years in the making, it’s estimated to have cost the Chinese government around 1 billion yuan (or US$144 million).