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    An aerial view of Trift Bridge in Switzerland

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    When mankind started building bridges, nobody could imagine the heights they would reach. But men made impossible possible and built bridges in the most unimaginable places. Some of them being so dangerous that the mere thought of walking these scariest bridges around the world would send chills down your spine.

    The moment you take the first step on these petrifying structures you experience vertigo – a tingling sensation caused because of the fear of heights. Located at an altitude as high as 12000 plus feet, these bridges have made even the radical atheists remember their god!

    Top 20 Scariest Bridges Around The World

    These bridges are designed to set your nerves pulsating and leave you thrilled at the same time! Go on to explore the top 20 scariest bridges around the world and take a defiant walk.

    1. Titlis Cliff Walk, Switzerland

    Titlis Cliff Walk in Switzerland

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    Where: Engelberg, Swiss Alps
    Height: 10,000 feet (approximately)
    Length: 300 feet

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    2. Peak Walk, Switzerland

    Snow coated Peak Walk in  Switzerland

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    Where: Canton of Vaud, Swiss Alps
    Height: 9800 feet
    Length: 351 feet

    3. Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia

    The picturesque Langkawi Sky Bridge in Malaysia

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    Where: Peak of Gunung Mat Chinchang mountain, Pulau Langkawi
    Height: 2165 feet
    Length: 410 feet

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    4. Hanging Bridge of Ghasa, Nepal

    The breathtaking Hanging Bridge of Ghasa in Nepal

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    Where: Viaduc de Millau
    Height: 1125 feet
    Length: 8070 feet

    5. Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge, China

    Where: Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon, China
    Height: 984 feet
    Length: 1410 feet

    6. Royal Gorge Bridge, Colorado

    Royal Gorge Bridge over the Arkansas river

    Where: Royal Gorge, Colorado, over the Arkansas River
    Height: 969 feet
    Length: 1,260 feet

    ** Completed in 1929, the bridge didn’t have stabilizing wind cables until 1982

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    7. Sochi Skybridge, Russia

    Where: Sochi, Krasnodar Krai
    Height: 679 feet
    Length: 1440 feet

    ** The bridge boasts of a 650 feet bungee jump. Care to try?

    8. Suspension Glass Bridge, China

    Where: Shiniuzhui National Geological Park
    Height: 590 feet
    Length: 984 feet

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    9. Kokonoe Yume Bridge, Japan

    The mist filled environs of Kokonoe Yume Bridge in Japan

    Where: Oita, Japan
    Height: 568 feet
    Length: 1280 feet

    10. The Kusma Gyadi Suspension Bridge, Nepal

    Kusma Gyadi Suspension Bridge at Kusum Parbat in Nepal

    Where: Kusma Parbat
    Height: 443 feet
    Length: 1129 feet

    11. Suspension Bridge Highline 179, Austria

    Where: Austrian Alps – it connects Castle Ehrenberg with fortress Claudia in Reutte
    Height: 376 feet
    Length: 1329 feet

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    12. Puente de Ojuela, México

    Puente de Ojuela in the ghost town of México

    Where: Ghost town of Ojuela (an old mining settlement in the northern state of Durango)
    Height: 360 feet
    Length: 1,043 feet

    13. Trift Bridge, Switzerland

    An aerial view of Trift Bridge in Switzerland

    Where: Trift Glacier, near the town of Gadmen, Swiss Alps
    Height: 328 feet
    Length: 558 feet

    14. The Tibetan Bridge in Claviere, Italy

    The Tibetan Bridge in the Piedmont town of Italy

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    Where: Between the towns of Claviere and Cesana Torinese, Piedmont
    Height: 328 feet
    Length: 1542 feet

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    15. The Oribi Gorge Swing Bridge, South Africa

    The Oribi Gorge Swing Bridge in South Africa surrounded by dense forest

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    Where: Oribi Gorge
    Height: 279 feet
    Length: 262 feet

    16. Capilano Bridge, Vancouver

    Where: Capilano Road, North Vancouver
    Height: 229 feet
    Length: 460 feet

    17. Daedunsan Suspension Bridge, South Korea

    Where: Daedunsan Provincial Park
    Height: 164 feet
    Length: NA

    18. Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland

    Where: Near Ballintoy in County Antrim, Northern Ireland
    Height: 100 feet (approximately)
    Length: 65 feet

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    19. Canopy Walk, Ghana

    The suspended Canopy  Walk in Ghana

    Where: Kakum National Park
    Height: 100 feet
    Length: 1,000 feet

    20. The Hussaini Hanging Bridge, Pakistan

    A man crossing the dangerous Hussaini Hanging Bridge in Pakistan

    Where: Northern Pakistan’s Hunza region
    Length: 635 feet

    Don’t tell me I didn’t scare the shit out of you!

    Further Read: In Pictures: 15 Most Dangerous Walkways Of The World

    So, explore some of these scariest bridges around the world and plan for your next adventure trip to one of these walkways. What are you waiting for? pack your bags and plan for a stunning yet thrilling adventure trip!

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    Frequently Asked Questions About Scariest Bridges Around The World

    What is the world's scariest bridge?

    Royal Gorge Bridge of the USA with a height of 955 ft is known as the highest suspension bridge. Built-in 1929 this bridge remained as the scariest stroll for the next 50 years and it became safe only after the installation of wires in it.

    Which bridges are most dangerous?

    There are the 20 Most Dangerous walkways in the World. Some of these include:
    1. Mackinac Bridge in Michigan.
    2. Monkey Bridges in Vietnam.
    3. Royal Gorge Bridge in Colorado.
    4. Hanging Bridge of Ghasa in Nepal
    5. Sidu River Bridge in China.

    Why is the Bay Bridge believed to be so dangerous?

    After its establishment in the year of 1952, it has become a spine-chilling experience to ride on this walkway for a few motorists. The length of this walkway is 22,790-foot and it is a 200 ft high road one which the drive is such a scariest experience for motorists. Furthermore, the drive on this walkway is truly a nerve storming experience during cyclones.

    Where is the worlds steepest bridge?

    Eshima Ohashi Bridge is considered the world’s steepest bridge located in Japan which connects Matsue, Sakaiminato, Shimane Prefecture and Tottori Prefecture over the Nakaumi Lake.

    Why is Chesapeake Bay Bridge is so scary?

    There are a lot of beliefs related to this bridge. Some people say that the height of this bridge is so scary, some say that it is so terrifying because there are no shoulders in this walkway and there is nowhere to go if you want to stop. People who drive through this walkway do not like the low railings because this offers a view of the water running below.

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