Are you scared of heights? If you are, these pictures might rustle your Jimmies a little bit, but it will be a nice start to begin facing your phobia. Step 2: Go to one of these places! Good luck!
 
‘Step into the Void’ on Mont Blanc in the French Alps

Mont Blanc translates to “White Mountain” and it’s the highest mountain in the Alps (and Europe for that matter). Some maniacs placed a glass cage called ‘Step into the Void’ on top of the 12,600 foot Aiguille du Midi peak. The view is incredible and will certainly test your fear of heights, as you’re standing on glass!

 
‘The Ledge’ at the top of the Sears Tower in Chicago, Illinois, USA


The Willis Tower, still commonly called the Sears Tower, is a 108-story skyscraper in Chicago. When it was completed in 1973, it was the tallest building in the world at a height of 1,451 feet (442 meters).


At 1,300 feet, there is a glass balcony called ‘The Ledge’, which gives you a completely badass view of the city of Chicago. If you have a fear of heights, you’ll be extra antsy stepping into this glass balcony, when you know that some of the glass recently shattered!

 
CN Tower in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

At 1,815 feet (553 meters) in Downtown Toronto, this one is even taller than the Sears Tower in Chicago. You can do some mindblowing activities at this one, as you can see in the pictures! Namely the Edge Walk.




 
Trolltunga Cliff in Norway

Trolltunga is a cliff extending horizontally from a mountain at 2,300 feet (700 meters). Trolltunga means “Troll’s Tongue” and you’ll be getting trolled by your fear of heights on this one for sure, when you’re looking down the end of this piece of rock. Who knows… it could break off!





 
Dachstein Bridge in the Austrian Alps

Oh, this is just a bridge on a glacier above a 1,300 foot drop! Enjoy walking across this one. Holy crap.



 
Rooftop Pool at Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore

The view of the Singapore skyline is utterly impressive from this crazy pool 57 stories high in the air! It’s refreshing and terrifying at the same time.

 
Now you’ve seen some bosslike views around the world. Maybe the urge to travel and scare the shit out of yourself will hit you. Share this post with everyone you know, especially those deathly afraid of heights! Muahahaha!