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This rock-face tent just seems like a terrible idea

Adrenaline junkies have plenty of ways to get their fix: Bungee jumps, cliff dives, and hang-glides, for example. But even those in search of the highest highs have to come down some time -- namely, when they sleep.

Or not.

The Cliff Climbing experience at Colorado’s Kent Mountain Adventure Center lets visitors unnecessarily risk their lives by spending the night on a sheer rock face. That's right; instead of climbing to the top of the mountain before nodding off, this place lets people sleep suspended in the air.

In a senselessly risky endeavor, the tent and harness allow you to hang off a cliff in Colorado’s Roosevelt National Forest with nothing between you and certain death but a tarp. Terrifying.

When you book the package, the center will supply you and up to two friends with a rock-climbing lesson, dinner, and equipment (which a guide will assemble).

Of course, you'll have to sign a waiver. And pray you don't roll over in your sleep.

And should skybound slumber prove too scary, you can book cliff camping lite instead: A pendulous picnic on the canvas-bottomed portaledge.

Reserve your aerial adventure for $1,100 per night per person, or $500 just for lunch, here.

Sophie-Claire Hoeller is Thrillist's über-efficient German associate travel editor, and has had frequent flyer status since she was born in a Lufthansa terminal. Follow her @Sohostyle