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Jaw-dropping photos show thrillseeker climb mountain ladder 2,300 feet up

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A thrillseeker will get an enormous excessive — on a “ladder to heaven” round 2,300 ft up.

Development engineer Marc Offenbacher, 29, scaled the 140 ft. stairway on the Donnerkogel mountain in Austria.

He was snapped by pal Seb Lehrke.

Seb mentioned: “It’s a very onerous climb.

“I wouldn’t suggest you do it except you’re an skilled climber.

“Ensure you’re not frightened of heights.

“It’s a great distance down and all the pieces simply seems to be so small.

“Nevertheless it’s unbelievable to seize.

“The very best time to go is in the summertime, because it’s so stunning!”

Marc Offenbacher, 29, scales, 40-metre-long ladder between two mountains, DonnerKogel mountain range in Gosaukamm, Austria
Seb Lehrke snapped the photographs of Offenbacher as he scaled the ladder.
Sebastian Lehrke / MERCURY PRESS
Marc Offenbacher, 29, scales, 40-metre-long ladder between two mountains, DonnerKogel mountain range in Gosaukamm, Austria
Lehrke mentioned the climb is troublesome, however stunning, particularly in the summertime.
Sebastian Lehrke / MERCURY PRESS

This story initially appeared on The Sun and has been reproduced right here with permission.