In the heart of China’s Shiniuzhai National Geological Park, where the air is thin and the views are breathtaking, there’s a convenience store that’s redefining the term “grab-and-go.” Perched 120 meters above the ground on a cliff face, this pint-sized shack has earned the title of the most “inconvenient convenience store,” and for good reason. With stock replenished via ziplines and a lone staff member braving the heights, it’s not just the snacks that leave climbers hanging in suspense. Click to discover the mountainous snack run that takes ‘convenience’ to a whole new level – literally!

Cliff face shop in China’s Hunan province dubbed ‘inconvenient convenience store’