What’s been referred to as the “most dangerous path in the world” reopened in 2015 after a 15-year closure. The path, called Caminito del Rey, was shut down fo renovations after five people fell off and died within two years.
The path underwent some (hopefully serious) renovations. The wooden path is now secured to the rock it’s against with bolts, making it less likely that someone will fall the 300 feet to the ground. Everyone is now required to wear a helmet as they walk the five miles, which takes between three and four hours.
Part of the walkway also includes a glass platform for those people who are looking for a bit of an extra thrill and actually enjoy looking down.