In this collection you will see the bridges, most of which scared even to come close.
Bridges can be extremely useful not only architectural construction, but these extreme rides, especially for those who are afraid of heights.
In this collection you will see the bridges, most of which scared even to come close, not something to go on them. However, thrill seekers will surely add some of these bridges to the list of places to visit.
The bridge Puente de Ojuela, Mexico. A bridge with a height of 109 meters, is laid over the gorge, was originally built in the XIX century. Later it was improved, making is safer, but has creaky wooden boards under the feet are still scaring the tourists passing over the bridge. In addition, this bridge still leads to the Ghost town Ojuela, an old mining colony.
Millau Viaduct, France. Cable-stayed bridge over the river tarn, a height of 245 meters. Driving through this bridge, you are approximately at the height of the Eiffel tower, and sometimes from the window you can see the airplane flying at the same level with you.
The bridge-Causeway across lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana, USA. The bridge actually consists of two parallel bridges that are longer than 38 kilometres. Some with great difficulty, dare to travel on this bridge, because after 13 km, you can’t see land in any direction.
Bridge Canopy Walk, Ghana. The bridge in the National Park Kakum, built so tourists could explore the local natural attractions. However to walk in this narrow, high and apparently very flimsy bridge that takes nerve.
The U Pain Bridge, Myanmar. Wooden bridge across the lake Townhome more than a kilometer long, connecting the city of Amarapura to the nearby village. Was built around the mid-to-late XIX century teak wood. A distinctive feature of this bridge is the lack of handrails.
Bridge Deception Pass, Washington, USA. The bridge height is 55 meters, which connects the Islands of Whidbey and Fidalgo national Park Deception Pass. If the trip on the bridge will seem impressive enough, try to walk over a roaring stream along a narrow footpath on the edge of the bridge.
Hussaini Suspension Bridge, Pakistan. During the construction of this bridge was not used a digital laser rangefinder. Probably even the normal roulette is not applied. A bridge of ropes and planks built over the river Gunzi. It is considered to be extreme not only because of the large gaps between the boards, but because of constantly blowing strong winds, which shakes the already precarious bridge.
The Mackinac bridge, Michigan, USA. Suspension bridge across the Strait of Mackinac, which is 8038 feet. Due to the fact that on the bridge there are areas where the wind speed reaches 50 km/h, some drivers are not at risk personally maintain your car across the bridge. They provided special services for trafficked cars across the Mackinac bridge.
Trift Bridge, Switzerland. The longest in the Alps, a suspension bridge, which was built at an altitude of over 100 meters above the Trift lake. The bridge was built in 2004, the local energy company to conduct hydraulic and electrical work in the area Trotskogo of the glacier, and since then it enjoys great popularity among tourists.
Royal gorge bridge, Colorado, USA. The highest suspension bridge in the US is over the Arkansas river, its elevation is 291 meters. It was built in 1929, and in 1989 has been improved, making it now not so much shakes in the wind. What was it like to walk on the bridge in windy weather before, it is difficult to imagine.
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