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7 Scariest Rope Bridges in the World

Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland 

The rope bridge was first built by fishermen more than 200 years ago; they built so they could cast salmon nets. The bridge links the mainland to a tiny island of Carrickarede and it is 20 meters long and 30 meters high. 

Trift Bridge, Switzerland

This bridge is 170 meters long and 100 meters high. It is only meant for pedestrians and reaching it requires taking a cable car in Meiringen, followed by a gondola. The Trift Bridge is one of the longest and highest pedestrian bridges in the Alps

Kakum National Park Canopy Walkway, Ghana

It connects 7 trees tree tops that provide access to the forest, apart from this, it is also one of the only 3 locations in a Africa with a canopy walkway that spans 350 meters long. It has a series of 7 hanging bridges that can reach a height of 50 meters high

Taman Negara Canopy Walkway, Malaysia

It is 46 meters high from the forest floor and 550 meters long. The guides only ensure that only 4 to 5 people are on a section at a time. The also advise you to hold on with your both hands and only take pictures at particular points

Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada

It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Vancouver, British Columbia. The reason is because there are a lot of things to see and do in this place. It is 140 meters long and 70 meters high. 

Bamboo Hanging Bridge in Bohol, Philippines 

Also known as Tigbao Hanging Bridge, the twin hanging Bridge of Bohol is one of the most popular destinations among tourist in this Country. The bridge is made entirely out of bamboo. 

Bridge Traversine, Switzerland

This bridge suspends over 200 meter above the floor. The bridge solved the question of how to connect two gorges with varying elevations. It spans the Hinterrhein River at the Viamala section, at the Swiss canton of Graubünden

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