7 Most Dangerous Bridges in The World

The bridges are normally used for moving from one height to another. Some bridges are made up of steel wires or ropes. Now with the time, there are many longest bridges around the world. Some are connected two countries. Here are seven most dangerous bridge in the world hope you like this post.

1) Ghasa, Nepal

Ghasa, Nepal

The Hanging Bridge of Ghasa is a very long suspension bridge in Nepal. It’s not easy to walk on that bridge. Its use to move animals from one side to other. This bridge was made by local peoples. This bridge is not too strong but it can be used by people moving from one site to other. The river flow under the bridge.

2) Hussaini Hanging Bridge, Pakistan

Hussaini Hanging Bridge, Pakistan

Hussaini Hanging Bridge is known as a dangerous bridge in the world. It’s one of the most precious rope bridge in north Pakistan.  Hussaini Hanging Bridge connects to upper Hunza, built over the Borit Lake. The bridge ropes are not maintained and made up of wood which is in bad condition. when you cross it holds the rope carefully because fast wind-blown which is dangerous. It’s too high from the lake and too dangerous. There are massive gaps between the planks. That types of bridges are common in these areas. Built in 1960 when President of Pakistan Ayub Khan visited Zarabad for hunting.

3) Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is famous rope bridge built in Ballintoy in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The bridge is owned and maintains by National Trust. It spans 20 meters and is 30 meters above rock below. thousand of peoples come every year you can cross the bridge without any fee. It’s one of the world’s scariest bridges. The structure of the bridge was built in 300 years ago. It’s handmade bridge and a large gap between slats. The current bridge is ten years old. Bridge timing is 10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.

4) Capilano Suspension Bridge

Capilano Suspension Bridge

The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a simple suspension bridge built over the  Capilano River in the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The length of the bridge is 140 meters and  70 meters above the river. It’s private property and u must have to pay a fee. Around 800k visitors visit every year. The bridge was built in 1889 by George Grant Mackay a Scottish civil engineer. In 1910 Edward Mahon purchased the Capilano Suspension Bridge. In 1956 the bridge was completely rebuilt.

5) Vine Footpaths AKA Bridges

Vine Footpaths AKA Bridges

This amazing bridge is situated in Ivy Valley, Japan. This small bridge is built for refugees to protect their territories. one side of the bridge Repovesi Nature Park is located. The external ropes you see in the picture are used to balance the bridge.

6) Trift Bridge, Switzerland

Trift Bridge

The bridge is situated in  Triftsee, near Gadmen, Switzerland. It’s the longest pedestrian-only suspension bridge in the Swiss Alps. Its 170-meter length bridge and ) at a height of 100 meters. 20,000 visitors visit every year. The current bridge is built in 2004. and opened for public in 2009. you can take a cable car to reach the bridge.

7) Aiguille Du Midi Bridge, France

Aiguille Du Midi Bridge, France

This bridge is situated in France, it’s a small bridge 12,500ft above sea level. The bridge is crossing into the Aiguille du Midi mountain, it’s a rock mountain. It’s the highest peak in the Europe. There is also a car lift on the mountain.

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