The Royal Gorge Bridge in Colorado is the highest suspension bridge in the United States.
What makes this bridge so interesting is that it didn’t have any wind cables when it was built in 1929. Those were added decades later, and today, the bridge is quite a tourist attraction.
“Mind the gap” has never been more essential when walking across this 152 metre (500 foot)-high gap bridge in the sky. The bridge is essentially little more than a horizontal ladder with big gaps in between each ledge. Protected only by a harness, guests can truly live life on the edge as they precariously hop from one ledge to the next – trying not to fall between the cracks.
Located in Pakistan, the Hussaini Hanging Bridge is easily among the most dangerous bridges in the world.
The swinging bridge stretches across the Hunza river and is covered with all sorts of cracks. And to make matters worse, the tattered remnants of the old bridge hangs nearby.
The Seven Mile Bridge located in Florida is actually the second iteration of the original Seven Mile Bridge decommissioned years ago because it prevented boats to pass through.
Although it may appear safe, this particular bridge can be quite scary during one of Florida’s Hurricane seasons.
Deception Pass Bridge is a Washington State bridge that connects two local islands. Prior to the construction of the bridge, these islands were only accessible via ferry.
Although the bridge itself looks safe, it is 180 feet high and quite intimidating.
The Pontchartrain Causeway located in Pontchartrain, Louisiana is the longest bridge to cross over water in the world, even if it only stands 16 feet high.
What makes this bridge so scary, however, is that it’s actually possible to lose sight of land somewhere along the way, which makes some people feel as though they are traveling across a never-ending bridge.
The Canopy Walk, which is located in Ghana, is suspended 40 feet in the air and is around 1000 feet in length.
What makes this particular bridge interesting is that it involves walking through several trees, where visitors will encounter monkeys or even birds along the way.
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