Towering outdoor lift zips tourists up China's 'Avatar' cliff

Towering 326 metres up the cliff face which inspired the landscape for the blockbuster movie "Avatar", races the world's highest outdoor elevator, whisking brave Chinese tourists to breathtaking views. The three double-decker elevators in central China's Zhangjiajie Forest Park zip up the cliff in just 88 seconds, a speedy attraction as domestic tourism slowly recovers in China after the coronavirus forced strict travel measures and lockdowns earlier this year.