Trift Bridge in Switzerland
This bridge is the longest suspension bridge in the Alps. It is located at an altitude of about 100 meters above Lake Trift in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. Initially, it was built for electrical and water installation works near the Trift Glacier.
The Dangerous Bridge through Huashan in China
You must have iron nerves to risk walking on one of the most dangerous bridges in the world, running through Huashan, one of the five Sacred Mountains of Taoism in China. The mountain became known to the entire tourist world not only thanks to incredibly beautiful rocks but also a very complex and dangerous rise to its summit.
A narrow mountain path with low rails is a bridge between several peaks. It will lead you up and down. On this bridge you can reach a height of 2,130 meters. If you dare to pass along the bridge, along the way you will be able to see a lot of Taoist monasteries, pagodas, and temples.
Hussaini Bridge in Pakistan
Fans of extreme entertainment won’t miss the bridge of Hussaini, located in Pakistan. This active bridge allows crossing the Guntza River. If you want to cross the bridge, prepare for the fact that a strong wind will swing you, and the huge gaps between the boards will not allow you to move quickly. During the history of the bridge, many local residents died in an attempt to cross it.
Suspended Bridges in the National Park of Tsingy-de-Bemaraha in Madagascar
Tsingy de Bemaraha Park is located in the western part of Madagascar. In fact, the park is a large limestone plateau, covered with sharp spires. Above the sharp geological formations, suspended wooden bridges hang, which outwardly are not very safe.
Langkawi Sky Bridge in Malaysia
Near the north-west coast of Malaysia, you can find the island of Langkawi. This is a very beautiful place where you can enjoy the rainforest, sandy beaches, and clear waters of the Andaman Sea.
In order for all visitors of the island to see its beauty from a bird’s eye view, it was decided to build a bridge over the gorge. The bridge has a length of 125 meters and is located at an altitude of 700 meters, which allows visitors to see the whole island. With the help of this bridge, tourists can pass from one peak of the Ganung mountains to the other, stopping at triangular viewing platforms.
Keshwa Chaka Bridge in Peru
This structure is one of the most dangerous bridges in the world. Keshva Chaka was first built during the reign of the Incas. It is situated in Peru and known to many travelers. The fact that the bridge is made of the original rope of the Incas is very enticing. How could it survive for so many years and be still durable? The secret is quite simple: for the manufacture of such a structure, Incas used the strongest rods of the vine and then they weaved them in long-lived ropes. The Incas constructed bridges with handrails that served for hundreds of years. The rope bridges with the railings were thoroughly maintained, and timely repaired if necessary.