This is the Glacier Skywalk, a newly-finished observation deck in Canada's Jasper National Park, smack dab in the middle of the Rockies of the Great White North. It makes you feel almost like you're walking on air.
The Glacier Skywalk is the brainchild of Brewster Travel Canada, Sturgess Architecture, and Read Jones Christofferson Engineering. It just opened late last week, but it's been underway for a few years—as you might expect, a glass bridge on the side of a cliff isn't the easiest construction job on Earth. The curved structure has a glass floor that cantilevers about 100 feet from the edge of the cliff.
Scared of heights? Probably avoid this guy, because it's your only safety net between you and a 918-foot drop. For the more daring among us, it looks like an incredible way to take in the majesty of the park. [Glacier Skywalk via DesignBoom]