Thrill-seekers, Utah is calling – because it’s now home to a ‘sky ladder’ that hangs 400ft (122m) above the ground.
Called the Cave Peak Stairway, it has 120 steps and measures 200ft (61m) in length. That’s enough, it’s claimed, to make it the longest walkway of its kind in the Northern Hemisphere.
The stairway has been installed by luxury resort Amangiri and is accessed from its existing Cave Peak Via Ferrata Trail.
The Cave Peak Stairway hangs 400ft (122m) above the ground amid breathtaking Utah scenery
The stairway has been installed by luxury resort Amangiri and is accessed from its existing Cave Peak Via Ferrata Trail
Amangiri said in a statement: ‘Guests will now be invited to take to the stairs after completing the Via Ferrata and will be rewarded with an incredible panorama from the top.
‘With an unmatched vertical route of ascent, a spectacular position, and a summit visible from the resort, the Cave Peak Via Ferrata – now with the addition of the stairway – is destined to be an iconic and exhilarating adventure.
‘The installation marks a continuation of Aman’s mission to provide transformative experiences, exclusive to its guests…