Are you the one who likes insane adventures?? There are many things in the world which will thrill you to the core. Here are few terrifying bridges sure to fill your adrenaline.
1. Deception Pass Bridge, Washington
Walking over the narrow pedestrian lane at the end of the bridge gives you a terrifying experience. The bridge is full of fog. The wind blows heavily and the water swarms directly below you. whatever you do, don’t look down!
2. Sidu River Bridge, China
It is the highest bridge in the world that stands approximately 1,640 feet above the Sidu River valley and is approximately 4,009 feet long. It is so high that it was created using rockets.
3. Kuandinsky Bridge of Kuanda, Russia
It is a dangerous bridge in Russia’s Trans-Baikal region. The width is not much larger than the wheelbase of the car. The freaky part is that there are no guardrails on the sides of the bridge. If wind blows very strongly then sure cars will fall into the frozen river. It is highly advisable to drive with the windows open to prevent intense winds from knocking the vehicle into the freezing River Vitim which is just below to the bridge.
4. Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada
It is 137-meter-long suspension bridge which sits 70 meters above the Capilano River. This bridge is surrounded by lush evergreen forests.
5. Trift Suspension Bridge, Switzerland
This bridge is at the height of approximately 330 feet. It is the longest pedestrian-only suspension bridge. The structure is shaky and not very sturdy. To take this difficult hike, you need to hop in a cable car, then get a ticket for the gondola.
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6. Volgograd Bridge, Russia
Volgograd Bridge is located over the Volga River in the southern Russian city of Volgograd. After heavy storm in May 2010, the roadway began to shake and oscillate. The rippling roadway caused cars to be thrown into the air and careen into the opposite lane. Don’t dare to enter
It is spooky!!! Don’t believe?
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7. Suspension Glass Bridge, Shiniuzhui National Geological Park, China
If you wanna feel floating right above the valley then take a walk across the glass suspension bridge on the Shiniuzhui National Geological Park in southern China’s Hunan Province. The bridge which was opened in September 2015 is 984 feet long and is suspended 590 feet above the valley floor.
One should definitely risk life!!
8. Eshima Ohashi Bridge, Japan
Confused with “roller coaster?” . Wait!! It is bridge only.
9. Millau Viaduct, France
It is the tallest bridge in the world which is located in southern France and crosses the River Tarn. It is 1,125 ft above the base of the structure. Obviously, you can’t take a ride on car due to heavy caravans and also there are several long, steep climbs and descents.
10. Monkey Bridges, Vietnam
It is typically made of a single bamboo log and one handrail. Not so easy walk and chances are high to plunge into the river which is just below to the bridge.
11. Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, Louisiana
This bridge is just 16 feet above the waters of Lake Pontchartrain which spans nearly 24 miles from Metairie to Mandeville, LA. The worst nightmare may come true as it never seems to end. Say goodbye to land visibility, once you reach the eight-mile mark.