It's scary enough to walk on this cliff-side footpath on a sunny day, let alone when it is covered with snow.
The perilous walkway is situated at a staggering 7,000 feet high on China's Huashan mountain and is just 11 inches wide.
A stomach-churning video has captured how the workers at the scenic spot carefully walked on the 165-foot-long planks as they removed snow from the ancient trail.
One of the workers told Pear Video that they tried to keep the footpath clean so they would sweep the narrow platform after every snow.
He said they would first use shovels to break the snow before using big brooms to sweep it away. They would then put salt on the surface of the footpath.
The video shows that workers attaching themselves to the metal chains on the cliff using a rope and hooks in order to protect themselves.
Giovanni, San Diego, United States, 2 days ago
It's more dangerous to ride a Chinese escalator.