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Would You Ride This Glass Slide on the Side of a SkyScraper?



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Travel to downtown Los Angeles to the 70th floor of the U.S. Bank Tower for a thrill-seeking ride you’ll never forget.
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An adrenalin junkies dream, this new attraction, appropriately named “SkySlide,” is now open to the public for all to enjoy. SkySlide is an all-glass slide, 1,000 feet above the ground, that starts out on the 70th floor of the building and travels outside the building onto the 69th floor.
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Is it safe you wonder? According to OUE Americas senior vice president John Gamboa, the structure is built to withstand hurricane force winds and is strong enough to hold “two blue whales from the slide, and it won’t budge,” Gamboa told CNN.

To get access into Skypace, tickets run $25 for adults and $19 for kids. If you are brave enough to ride the SkySlide, it will cost you an additional $8.