Anyone who likes water parks or similar venues would probably love to have a go on this: the world's longest mountain/hillside water slide.
The record-breaking slide, located in Lishui, China, is 2723.08 m (8,933 ft 11 in) long with waterway winding its way down the side of Puhuasi Mountain.
Thrill-seekers travel at speeds up to 30 km/h as they glide down the mountain with the finishing point 226 m (741 ft) below the start of this enormous slide which took two years to build.
The whole journey, including the water slide itself and the mountain rafting, takes nearly an hour.
"After returning to the homeland, how to develop it into a good way is always on my mind. At first, we just want to be the best in China, then we realize this could be a Guinness World Records title to attract the world," said Lin Wenbi, General Manager of Puhua Travel Development Co. Ltd.
Other records in the mountains…
The largest glass floor observation platform measures 700.66 m² (7,541 ft² 121 in²), and was achieved by Hubei Sky City Tourism Development Co., Ltd. (China).
Located in Huangshi, Hubei, it was completed in September 2018 after three years of construction. It was officially opened on 31 May this year.
The longest line of tents measures 1,482.44 meters (4,863 ft 7.78 in) and was achieved by Wugong Mountain (China) in Pingxiang, Jiangxi, China, on 21 October 2018.