Zhangjiajie, located in China’s Hunan province, is a surreal landscape straight out of a fantasy epic, with its towering sandstone pillars inspiring scenes in the blockbuster movie “Avatar”. The area’s most famous part, Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, is the first recognized national forest park in China and is part of the larger Wulingyuan Scenic Area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, visitors can wander through a labyrinth of precipitous columns, some rising over 1,000 feet tall, enveloped in lush greenery and often shrouded in mist, giving the whole area an ethereal quality. The park is also home to the Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge, which stretches across a canyon and offers heart-stopping views through its transparent floor.

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