Not long ago, a group of students climbed 1,135ft to take a selfie atop Hong Kong's Centre Tower, and that seemed pretty bold.
Meanwhile, elsewhere in China, traveler Mark Laurence raised the selfie stakes a few thousand feet by taking his GoPro on a leisurely hike along Mount Hua Shan on the Cliffside Plank Path -- one of the narrowest, most dangerous footpaths on the planet. And you thought this Spanish cliff walk was insane.
While he was up there, treading brazenly across a feeble-looking wooden plank, Laurence stretched one leg over the 7,066ft drop, and even unclasped his harness, tethered to a slim wire, for part of the trek. We're not saying it's smart, but it sure is compelling.
Watch Laurence's gut-wrenching video below, and try not to look away as he leans back like he hangs out on deadly mountaintops every day.