You would think twice before going on these bridges!

Would you dare to visit these dangerous bridges?


The world that we live in is full of wonders. There are places in this world that will send a shiver down our spine. But that is the attraction of these places. They are a heaven for adrenaline junkies. People go to these places to feel more alive.

In this article we have a list of bridges that are extremely dangerous and fascinating. These bridges are at unusual places but adventurous people all over the world still love to visit them. Take a look at these marvels.

Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, UK


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Located in Northern Ireland the bridge spans over 20 feet. It is made with a rope and located in a windy place which makes it very difficult to cross because maintaining balance becomes difficult. The bridge is maintained by National Trust.

Trift Bridge, Switzerland


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This pedestrian bridge is not even difficult to cross but reaching it is also an adventure. 170 meters long and 100-meter-high this bridge gives a spectacular view to the visitors.

Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada


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Featuring in many television series this bridge is a popular tourist attraction and more than 800,000 people visit is every year. The bridge is a suspension bridge and 70 meters over the river and has an overall length of 140 meters.

Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia


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The construction was completed in 2005 and the only way to reach this bridge is to take a cable car and then a lift. This bridge is a perfect place to get over your fear of heights. It was partially closed in 2012 for maintenance but can be fully accessed now.

Hanging Bridge of Ghasa, Nepal


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Although it looks dangerous and poorly constructed but this bridge is capable of handling a lot of weight. Many people visit it daily. The bridge hangs over a river valley.

Kakum National Park Canopy Walkway, Ghana


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This is one of the canopy bridges in Africa that is famous because of the fauna that it features. The fauna here is extremely rare and endangered.

Aiguille du Midi, France


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The name of this bridge translates to Needle of the Mid-day and it is a very popular tourist spot in France. The bridge is used to connect different mountains in the French Alps.

Foot Bridges, Pakistan


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These bridges are so poorly made that every step that you take needs to be very calculated. The fast-flowing river and strong winds make them all the more difficult to cross.

Marienbrücke, Germany


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Also known as Mary’s Bridge this bridge is not for the faint hearted. The bridge will send chills down your spine for sure. It provides an amazing view of the Neuschwanstein Castle.

Deception Pass Bridge, Washington


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This place is registered in the national register for historical places and is located on the Washington State Route 20. The bridge is also famous for the number of people who have committed suicide by jumping from it.

Ai-Petri, Crimea


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This bridge is situated in the windiest place on the planet and it is recorded that wind blows in this mountain range 125 days of the year. The only way to reach Ai-Petri area is by taking a cable car from Alupka.

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You would think twice before going on these bridges!