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5 Most Terrifying Bridges of The World

Canopy Walk, Ghana


Kakum National Park is one of the best known national parks in the southern part of Ghana. The park is popular for its unique hanging bridge “Canopy Walk”. The Canopy Walkway bridge was up to 40 meters height, passes over 7 bridges and runs over a length of 330 meters. It connects several treetops and allows visitors to view endangered animals of the forest.

Langkawi Sky Bridge. Kedah, Malaysia


Langkawi Sky Bridge is located in Malaysia. It is a 125-metre curved pedestrian cable-stayed bridge above 700 metres (2,300 ft) at sea level at Mount Mat Cinchang. The Sky Bridge is easily accessible by the Langkawi Cable Car. It is ranked among the world’s strangest suspension bridge and constructing it was not an easy feat. The all elements of the bridge had to be lifted by helicopter to the top of the mountain and was later assembled to its current position.

The Titlis Cliff Walk Bridge, Switzerland


The Titlis Cliff Walk Bridge is one of the highest suspension bridge located in the Alps, Switzerland. It is just one metre wide, 100 metres long and 3,000 metre height from the sea level. To cross the bridge, you’ll need nerves as strong as the steel cables from which it hangs. The views into the abyss below are breathtaking!

Millau Viaduct Bridge, France


Millau Viaduct Bridge is one of the world’s most impressive achievements of all time in engineering. It was a cable-stayed 2460 meters long road-bridge that spans the valley of the river Tarn near Millau in southern France. It was designed by the French structural engineer Michel Virlogeux and British architect Norman Foster.

Royal Gorge Bridge, Colorado, USA


The Royal Gorge Bridge is located in Royal Gorge theme park near Canon City, Colorado. The bridge deck was 291 m (955 feet) above the Arkansas River and held the record of highest bridge in the world from 1929 to 2001. The bridge is 384 m (1,260 feet) long and 5.5 m (18 feet) wide, with a wooden walkway with 1292 planks. It was formerly among the ten highest bridges in the world and remains the highest in the United States.

If you love adventure and thrill, then you must step on to these amazing bridges!

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