World's Most Dangerous Bridges
Trift Bridge , Switzerland
is the longest pedestrian - only suspension bridge in the Alps , totaling 170 metres (560 ft) in length and traversing a height of 100 metres (330 ft).
Hussaini Hanging Bridge , pakistan
is situated in over Borit Lake.
It is known all over the world as the most dangerous rope bridge. It’s very narrow and old. Besides this the bridge is very high and it misses many wooden planks.
The Loboc Hanging bridge , Philippines
is built in 1972 and made of steel cables and woven bamboo strips. Some tourists found it fun to cross as it sways and bounces when crossed .
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge , United Kingdom
is a rope suspension bridge near Ballintoy, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny Carrick Island.
Although no one has fallen off the bridge, there have been many instances where visitors, unable to
face the walk back across the bridge, have had to be taken off the island by boat.
Aiguille du Midi , France
is situated in the Mont Blanc mountain range.
Fortunately, the bridge itself is short, making for an easy escape if acrophobia sets in.
But those truly afraid of heights probably won’t even see the bridge , getting here requires taking a cable car that climbs 9,200 vertical feet in just 20 minutes.
Kakum National Park Bridge , Ghana
is in Kakum National Park in the West African country of Ghana.
Africa's only canopy walkway is suspended 100 feet above the ground, offering you what is truly a bird's eye view of the rainforest