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Stunning photos show the thrill of climbing a mountain ladder at 2,300 feet

A thrill seeker gets a massive high – on a “ladder to heaven” at about 700 meters altitude.

Civil engineer Marc Offenbacher, 29, climbed the 42-meter-tall staircase on the Donnerkogel in Austria.

He was caught by buddy Seb Lehrke.

Seb said: “It’s a really tough climb.

“I would not recommend it to you unless you are an experienced climber.

“Make sure you are not afraid of heights.

“It’s a long way down and everything looks so small.

“But capturing it is incredible.

“The best time to travel is summer because it’s so beautiful!”

Marc Offenbacher, 29, climbs 40 meter ladder between two mountains, DonnerKogel in Gosaukamm, Austria
Seb Lehrke snapped the footage of Offenbacher as he climbed the ladder.
Sebastian Lehrke / MERCURY PRESS
Marc Offenbacher, 29, climbs 40 meter ladder between two mountains, DonnerKogel in Gosaukamm, Austria
Lehrke said the climb is difficult but beautiful, especially in the summer.
Sebastian Lehrke / MERCURY PRESS

This story originally appeared on The sun and is reproduced here with permission.

https://nypost.com/2022/04/11/jaw-dropping-photos-show-thrillseeker-climb-mountain-ladder-2300-feet-up/ Stunning photos show the thrill of climbing a mountain ladder at 2,300 feet

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