Scary Bridges In The World
Scary Bridges In The World
1. Trift Bridge Switzerland
This suspended bridge spans 170 meters in length, and is extremely unstable probably owing to the fact that it took only 6 weeks to complete. Open only during the months of June and October, this bridge is known to swing wildly when windy, so it should only be crossed in clear weather. Brave hikers will be rewarded with an amazing view of the Swiss Alps, if they dare cross.
2. Kawarau Gorge Suspension Bridge New Zealand
As the birthplace of the worlds first commencial bungy site, the Kawarau Bridge is a pretty scary place to find yourself. This suspension bridge crosses the Kawarau River and hangs suspended some 43 meters (141 ft) above it. Hikers and bikers often cross this bridge as park of the Queenstown Trail, so if youre in the neighborhood, make sure to check it out.
3. Daedunsan Mountain Suspension Bridge South Korea
Spanning 50 meters above the Daedunsan Provincial Parks massive and foreboding ravine, the Daedunsan Mountain Suspension Bridge makes its route up the mountain on a red staircase thats very steep in many places. The bridge is park of a hike in the park and should only be attempted by those who enjoy an good adrenaline rush from time to time.
4. Hanging Bridge of Ghasa Nepal
Not only does this bridge look like an ancient, abandoned rollercoaster ride, the bridge is also used to move herds of animals constantly throughout the day. If you decide to cross this hairraising bridge, be prepared to share the space (what little of it there is), with a myriad of creatures.
5. Monkey Bridges Vietnam
Comprising a single bamboo log as a floor, and a single, unstable handrail, it would seem that only a monkey would be able to cross over the infamous Monkey bridges of Vietnam without taking a tumble. If you dare to try, come ready with your towel.
6. Huangshan China
Also known as the Bridge of Immortals, this narrow bridge is situated in the Yellow Mountains in China (Huangshan). The brave souls who cross this bridge will be treated to a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains, and, if theyre lucky, will find that theyre looking out onto the world from within the clouds.
7. Montenegro Rainforest Bridge Costa Rica
This suspension bridge is located in the Montenegro Rainforest, possibly one of the most beautiful and diverse rainforests in the world. The bridge is made of wood and is missing many of its rungs, leading to a very awkward crossing, with any wrong step leading to a potentially unfortunate resting place in the shrubs below.
8. U Bein Bridge Myanmar
Spanning 1.2 kilometers (0.75 miles), the UBein Bridge crosses the Taungthaman Lake in Myanmar on a rickety platform made of teakwood. The bridge is held together on both sides with 1,086 pillars that come up out of the water, and looks like its constantly in a state of disrepair.
9. Chesapeake Bay Bridge Maryland
Touted as the worlds longest steel structure that spans over water, the Chesapeake Bay Bridge is part of U.S. Route 301 and is about 4.3 miles (6.9km) in length.
10. Langkawi Sky Bridge Malaysia
This bridge, located at the Gunung Mat Cincang peak, can only be accessed by cable car. It hangs suspended some 700 meters above sea level, which is amazing considering that the bridge had to be built wholly on the ground before being lifted to its current place by helicopter!
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