Face Your Fears on This Summer Road Trip
This spring, Chicago’s John Hancock Center opened TILT, a new observation platform that uses hydraulic lifts to angle viewers 33 degrees over the city, from a height of 94 floors. Spelled out straight, it just sounds like a super futuristic way to get a nice view. But when you consider what it must feel like to edge your toes to the glass and begin a slow slide toward the more-than-1,000 foot drop—well, then things start to feel a little gooey.
If the second description hits close to home, you’re in good company: according to the National Institute of Mental Health, around 10% of the US population has a fear of heights. And maybe a trip to TILT will help some of them. But what if that’s just one of your fears? We’ve designed a cross-country road trip of terror to help you conquer them, one by one. Click the targets on the map below to learn more.
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