The ladder was created to make it easier for a person to reach a higher place. And as time goes by, this man-made ladder is made even more beautiful. Just like some of these amazing stairs.
The staircase offers beautiful views and some of them are like splitting rivers and mountains.
1. Spiral Staircase in Taihang Mountains
The Linzhou Spiral Ladder, China, is built between surfaces in the Taihang Mountains. Its height is about 300 feet. But, that does not mean climbing these stairs has no danger or hard work. Only people under 60 years old with healthy heart and lungs are allowed to climb on this ladder.
2. Stairs on the Sea Gaztelugatxe
Stairs on the Sea are man-made stone stairs on the small island of Gaztelugatxe in Spain. This ladder connects the island to the mainland.
This ladder has 237 steps although some sources mention there are 229 or 231 stairs.
3. Awaji Hyakudanen staircase
One park complex has 100 levels, or Hyakudan’en in Japanese, which is part of the Awaji Yoga and Awaji resort.
These smaller square-story gardens can be reached by long tiered staircases.
4. Ha’ikū staircase
The Ha’ikū staircase in Hawaii, USA, is often referred to as thestaircase to Heaven. This is a steep hiking path on the island of O’ahu. The staircase is also one of the most beautiful and amazing staircases in the world, with a staircase of 3922.
Initially, the staircase was made of wood, but modernized in the 50s. It was closed to the public in 1987, but the climbers neglected to still climb it anyway.
5. Moses Bridge Staircase
Moses Bridge Stairs is located in the Netherlands. This bridge divides between rivers.
6. Stairs Rue Foyatier
The Rue Foyatier Staircase is located in Paris, France, leading to Montmarte. It is one of Paris’s leading tourist attractions, with its Sacre-Coeur basilica at its peak. The Rue Foyatier Staircase, has 300 steps and is also one of the most stunning staircases in the world, as it runs along rail-driven railway
7. La Piedra Del Peñol
La Piedra Del Peñol in Columbia is a monolithic formation located in the town of Guatapé in Antioquia. The ladder has 650 steps leading up to the summit.
Previously, the view on the rocks, which offers a view of the waterfront, can be reached by climbing 740 steps.
8. The Inca Trail
Inca Trail is an ancient route from the city of Cuzco, which leads to Machu Pichu in Peru.
This pathway makes some detours between the mountains around the hills on steep topography. A few staircases of the path are also known as floating stairs, because they are floating.
9. Universe Cascade
Universe Cascade in Dumfries, Scotland is in a private home called the Gardens of Cosmic Speculations. This place is finally opened to the public for just one day every year. This staircase is a work of art, built on a flowing waterfall structure.
The dramatic design, intermittent on steep hillsides, with 25 landings, is a representation of an important shift in cosmic history.
10. Girnar Ladder
The Girnar mountain region, located in Gujarat, India, is home to Hindu and Jain temples, and 9999 steps to climb. After 4000 steps a traveler can meet the highlands of Jain temple.
2000 steps later located at Amba Mata Temple, visited by Jain and Hindu. How dude traveler, interested to climb thousands of these stairs?