Under construction for the past two years, the 721-meter-long-span, appropriately named Sky Bridge 721, officially opened on May 13. The walkway promises spectacular views of the cloud-shrouded Jeseníky mountains, and an overall electrifying, albeit slightly terrifying, experience.

Sky Bridge 721, suspended by cables, hangs 95 meters above the valley floor and spans between 1,110 and 1,116 meters above sea level. The bridge can be accessed by cable car and walking across is a one-way deal. Upon exiting the walkway on the other side, visitors can make their way along a paved forest path lined with signs detailing Czech history. There’s also a corresponding virtual reality phone game.

The 1.2-meter-wide Sky Bridge is open to children of all ages and heights but is not suitable for people with pushchairs or wheelchairs.

Travelers must currently book Sky Bridge 721 tickets ahead of time on the Dolní Morava website, with prices for adults starting at 350 Czech Koruna (around $14.60).

Dolní Morava, situated on the Czech border with Poland, is a vacation spot that’s also home to ski slopes, an alpine roller coaster purporting to be the second longest in Europe, a mountaintop restaurant and an attraction called the Sky Walk — a curved structure with a wooden walkway and slide located 1,116 meters above sea level.

The Czech Republic Sky Bridge is 154 meters longer than the current world holder suspension footbridge, the Baglung Parbat Footbridge in Gandaki Province, Nepal.

Sky Bridge 721 is around 2.5 hours drive from Czech capital city Prague.

According to cnn