China Boasts Store On Side Of Cliff


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China opened a convenience store on the side of a cliff at Shiniuzhai National Geological Park Wednesday.

Shiniuzhai National Geological Park placed a convenience store 330-feet above the ground on a steep cliff for rock climbers, according to the Daily Mail. The small orange shop is located in Hunan, a province in southeastern China. The store is designed to allow rock climbers to grab much needed snacks, water and energy drinks during a grueling session.

“We offer price-friendly products for rock climbers to help them maintain physical endurance,” a Shiniuzhai National Geological Park spokesperson told the MailOnline. “Our product prices are the same as regular convenience stores,” they added.

Construction on the store first began in March. The convenience store is not accessible by car, and workers are required to zip line in order to bring the products to the shop. Rock climbers can use a mobile app or cash to pay for products.

Shiniuzhai National Geologic Park is also known for its spectacular views, waterfalls and mountains. The park boasts other daredevil activities, such as a 900-foot-long glass bridge 600 feet in elevation, according to The Telegraph.

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Gabrielle Okun