A BRIDE and groom hit a rocky patch minutes after marrying by posing for photos 330ft up a cliff face.
The newlyweds held on to Chaya Mountain, Henan, China, with pitons — metal spikes — and ropes.
Rex Features The Chinese couple took their celebratory pictures while hanging 330ft up the Chaya Mountain cliff
The range was the setting for 2013 action adventure show Journey to the West, a remake of 1970s Monkey.
Climbers who helped the couple on to the cliff blessed them by dressing as characters from the Chinese series.
The photos were taken at the dangerous but scenic spot which is known as Singles day in the country.
Singles day is a popular festival in mainland Chinese people were you celebrate the fact that they are proud of being single.
Getty – Contributor The couple snapped their photos on Singles Day, where individuals celebrate not having a partner
Rex Features The newlywed Chinese couple defied traditional photos for something truly unforgettable Rex Features The Chaya mountain is a tourist hot-spot in China’s Hevan Province
The date, November 11th, is chosen because the number “1” resembles an individual that is alone.
This festival has become the largest offline and online shopping day in the world.
The Chaya Mountain is a national geological park and is tourist hot-spot destination in Henan Province.
Rex Features The newlyweds scaled 300ft up a cliff to capture their scenic wedding snaps Getty – Contributor Staff dressed up as iconic characters as blessings to the young couple Rex Features The scenic spot was once used as the location for popular TV series Journey to the West Fearless cliff diver plunges 92 feet into sea off Malta’s Azure Window