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Climbers of the Laojun Mountain have taken extreme camping to a whole new level.

On Friday night backpackers were permitted to pitch their tents on the slim wooden pathway that runs along the edge of the mountain in Henan province, China at 1,700-meters.

Around 100 backpackers were allowed to sleep on the edge of the mountain, to enjoy the morning sunrise.

Health and safety included a railing to stop people rolling to their deaths and torches.

As for mod cons, portable toilets and WiFi connection were provided.

The camping trip was part of a series of activities for the Laojun Mountain Camp Festival.

 


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