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10 Scariest Bridges In The World

Scariest Bridges In The World
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Hey folks, how have you all been holding up? Guys today’s article on the scariest bridges in the world, is highly not for those who have acrophobia. 

It’s highly recommended for those who are explorers & those who have this constant inner zeal to take adventures. So now tell me, do you want to know about the top scariest bridges in the world? 

Well, I think you all can resonate with me that bridges are the quirky beauty of man-made environments. Despite appearing scary, at first, they appear beautiful and eye-soothing. 

Reading below,  you will find that this article holds the names of 10 scariest bridges in The world that no one ever wishes to visit until they have a very strong heart. 

These scariest bridges are beautifully constructed yet they do not provide you with any assurance for your survival of life after you make a visit. 

It says, “your safety is in your hands” therefore, it reflects one need to be courageous enough to explore such places. Without any further ado, I would like you to dive straight into the list of scariest bridges in the world. 

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1- Royal Gorge Bridge, USA

Royal Gorge Bridge, USA Scariest bridges in the world
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The Royal Gorge Bridge is a tourist attraction near Cañon City. Colorado within Royal Gorge Bridge and Park, a 360-acre (150 ha) amusement park located along the edge of the Royal Gorge around both ends of the bridge.

The bridge crosses the gorge 955 feet above the Arkansas River. It held the record of the highest bridge in the world from 1929 until 2001 when it surpassed by the Liuguanghe Bridge in China.

The Royal Gorge Bridge maintained the title of the world’s highest suspension bridge, until the Beipan River Guanxing Highway Bridge was completed in 2003, also in China.

The bridge remains the highest bridge in the United States and was among the ten highest bridges in the world until 2012. One of the Scariest Bridges in the world.

2- Sidu River Bridge, China

Sidu River Bridge, China
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The Sidu River Bridge is a 1,222 m-long (4,009 ft) suspension bridge. The bridge appears to cross the valley of the Sidu River near Yesanguan in Badong County of the Hubei Province of the People’s Republic of China. 

The bridge was designed by Second Highway Consultants Company, Limited. And built at a cost of 720 million yuan (approximately US$100 million). It opened to traffic on November 15, 2009.

The bridge’s design includes H-shaped towers, a truss-stiffened main span, and unsuspended side spans. One of the Scariest Bridges in the world.

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3- Hussaini Hanging Bridge, Pakistan

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Hussaini Bridge Hunza is one of the most dangerous bridges in the world. 

Yes, the above picture is of the dangerous suspension bridge of Gilgit-Baltistan Located in the Gojal Valley area of ​​Hunza District Located in the village of Husseini. 

It is the second most dangerous bridge in the world. The gap between two steps is a minimum of one foot.

This bridge is totally in the wilderness; there are no safety measures, no coast guards. One of the Scariest Bridges in the world.

Unfortunately, if someone slipped and fell in the river no one would help you. Most dead bodies will never be found again.

Tourists from Pakistan and abroad come to see this bridge. The history of this suspension bridge is very interesting. 

4- Seven Mile Bridge, USA

Seven Mile Bridge, USA
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The Seven Mile Bridge is a bridge in the Florida Keys, in Monroe County, Florida, United States. It connects Knight’s Key (part of the city of Marathon, Florida) in the Middle Keys to Little Duck Key in the Lower Keys. 

Among the longest bridges in existence when it was built, it is part of the Overseas Highway in the Keys, which is part of the 2,369-mile (3,813 km) U.S. Route 1.

The new bridge is a box-girder structure built from precast, prestressed concrete sections, comprising 440 spans. Apart from being the scariest, the bridge is beautiful too. Undoubtedly, It’s eye captivating. 

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5- Monkey Bridges, Vietnam

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Mekong Delta Vietnam is famous for its monkey bridges, which make the most amazing experience for every foreign tourist when joining Mekong Delta Tours.

Almost all countries have characterized bridges, each of which reflects the lifestyle and customs of the local people. Particularly in Mekong Delta Vietnam, there are extremely odd bridges that many tourists feel very scared of when they pass, like playing a risky game.

It is thanks to these impressive bridges that visitors will remember the lands that host the odd bridges, which gave them memories “of a lifetime.” 

Many people even go to a place to set foot on the bridges that give them thrills. One of the Scariest Bridges in the world.

6- Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland
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The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge (locally pronounced Carrick-a-rede) is a rope bridge near Ballintoy in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. 

The bridge links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrick A Rede (from Irish: Carraig a “ Ráid, meaning ‘rock of the casting’). It spans 20 meters (66 ft) and is 30 meters (98 ft) above the rocks below. 

The bridge is mainly a tourist attraction and is owned and maintained by the National Trust. In 2018, the bridge had 485,736 visitors.

The bridge is open all year round (subject to weather) and people may cross it for a fee.

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7- Storseisundet Bridge, Norway

Storseisundet Bridge, Norway Scariest bridges in the world
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The Storseisundet Bridge is the longest of the eight bridges that make up the Atlanterhavsveien (“The Atlantic Road”). 

The road connects the mainland Romsdal peninsula to the island of Averøya in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. 

The bridge sits on the border between Hustadvika Municipality and Averøy Municipality. And it passes through an archipelago as it links mainland Norway with the island of Averoy. 

It is one of the country’s official national tourist routes. Storseisundet Bridge is a cantilever bridge that is 260 meters (850 ft) long and with a maximum clearance to the sea of 23 meters (75 ft). It was opened on 7 July 1989, and it was a toll road until June 1999. 

8- U Bein Bridge, Myanmar

U Bein Bridge, Myanmar
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U Bein Bridge is a crossing that spans the Taungthaman Lake near Amarapura in Myanmar. The 1.2-kilometer (0.75 mi) bridge was built around 1850 and is believed to be the oldest and (once) longest teakwood bridge in the world.

Construction began when the capital of Ava Kingdom moved to Amarapura, and the bridge is named after Maung Bein who had it built. One of the Scariest Bridges in the world.

It is used as an important passageway for the local people and has also become a tourist attraction. Therefore it’s a significant source of income for souvenir sellers. It is particularly busy during July and August when the lake is at its highest.

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9- Montenegro Rainforest Bridge, Costa Rica

Montenegro Rainforest Bridge, Costa Rica Scariest bridges in the world
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This suspension bridge is located in the Montenegro Rainforest. It is possibly one of the most beautiful and diverse rainforests in the world. 

However, this bridge is made of wood and it’s missing many of its rungs, leading to a very awkward crossing, with any wrong step leading to a potentially unfortunate resting place in the shrubs. 

10- The Bridge of Immortals, Huang Shang China

The Bridge of Immortals, Huang Shang China
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Huangshan or Yellow Mountain is a mountain range in eastern China. The Huangshan Mountains in eastern China have formed over 100 million years ago.

The most famous landmark of this mountain range is the Bridge of the Immortals. 

This is the world’s highest bridge. To get there you have to have an adventurous spirit as well as a lot of courage. Crossing the bridge leads to a cave deep into the rock. The view of the mountainside that lies beneath is Spectacular.

The Fairy Walking Bridge connects two rocks at an altitude of 1320 meters above sea level. The current bridge construction is safe for pedestrians, but the former ill fame of this place has remained.

Hope you enjoy reading!