New 36-foot outdoor glass slide will leave you terrified

LA Gets A Glass Slide On The 70th Floor Of A Skyscraper
LA Gets A Glass Slide On The 70th Floor Of A Skyscraper

If you have a fear of heights you may want to think twice before taking on one of Los Angeles' newest upcoming tourist attractions.

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An outrageous 36-foot-long glass slide built alongside the U.S. Bank Tower, the highest building on the West Coast, will hang riders a whopping 1,000 feet above downtown LA.

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Daredevils up for the ride will slide between the tower's 69th and 70th stories on top of a 1.25-inch thick glass to experience a birds-eye view of the city.

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The thrill seeker attraction known as the Skyslide is a part of the all-new OUE Skyspace LA project, which is set to become the tallest open-air observation deck in California.

If you're not in the adventurous mood, no worries, Skyspace will also feature an exclusive rooftop restaurant.

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Skyspace opens to the public on June 25, 2016 and guests will have to pay a $25 entrance fee, as well as an additional $8 to take on the Skyslide.

Tickets are currently being pre-sold and official sales begin March 18, 2016.

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