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In today’s times, science has made so much progress that now, “nothing is impossible”. Humans started with the tools made out of stones. But now, scientists have made every task very easy by using new techniques.

Scientists have made life very comfortable with new inventions around the world. By building multi-story buildings and developing the lift for the living so that people won’t get tired of using stairs and come immediately with the help of a lift.

Located in Hunan province of China, Baileong Elevator is the world’s highest outdoor lift. You must be surprised to know that this lift is 326 meters, that is 1070 feet long.

1070 feet long lift

Baileong Elevator
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The environmental impact of the elevator is in the radar of doubtful questions, as the Wulingyan area was entitled a World Heritage Site in 2002.

The work of the lift was stopped for about 10 months in 2002–2003, due to safety concerns, not environmental ones, as per the reports.

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Considering its height, special care has been taken to protect it. There is three double-deck elevator on this lift. The most important thing is that the load capacity of these elevators is 4900 kgs in a single go! The elevator has a space to carry around 50 persons at a time. Also, the total time taken to go from the bottom to the peak is one minute and twenty-three seconds.

Stunning Aerial View

Baileong Elevator
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This lift has been included in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s highest outdoor lift. This lift works to bring people from the ground up to the top of a hill. The wonderful views of the nature that appear here during this time are very beautiful.

Exotic View 

Baileong Elevator
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The world’ tallest lift is positioned in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park which is renowned for awesome sandstone pillars that arise from the forest floor amid Avatar Hallelujah Mountains.