Think Twice Before You Ride This Terrifying Glass ‘Skyslide’

Are you an adventure loving person? So must try this terrifying glass skyslide once in your life. Dam sure it is more thrilling and terrifying ride.


Last month, Los Angeles debuted the Skyslide, a terrifying-looking attraction in which visitors ride a glass slide perched 1,000 feet high on the edge of a skyscraper.

Sounds epic, right? But as it turns out, you might want to think twice before riding.

Glass Skyslide in Los Angeles 

A recent lawsuit claims the slide does not allow riders to slow down enough as they reach the end, a factor that caused one woman to break her ankle after her foot got stuck in a gap created by the slide’s landing pads, the Associated Press reports. The claim is under review.

On a separate note, many visitors say the slide doesn’t quite live up to its daredevil hype. They report the slide is short and small, with a few mats at the end for cushion. It’s a surprisingly quick thrill considering the hefty $33 entrance fee, which also gets you access to the building’s observation decks.

“Meh. Slide was ok,” one rider wrote on Instagram. “The view was better [than] the slide but still a fun experience.”

Think you’d like to ride? Take a look, and decide for yourself:

Source: Think Twice Before You Ride This Terrifying Glass ‘Skyslide’

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