See that picture? Those are some of the ballsiest construction workers around, sticking out 70 feet over the edge of the Grand Canyon to install a glass walkway that'll allow visitors to have great views and confront their crippling fear of heights. The SkyWalk is on the Hualapai Indian Reservation and is to be comprised of a million pounds of steel and 90 tons of tempered glass, glass that will need to be cleaned of vomit quite often I imagine.
This is awesome yet terrible at the same time. It's awesome because you'll get to walk 70 feet off the edge of the Grand Canyon and look straight down, but also kind of terrible because I'm sure this is going to be a total eyesore and will really hurt the natural image of the canyon. Oh well, progress is progress I guess.