25 Scary Bridges You'll Have To See To Believe


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25 Scary Bridges You'll Have To See To Believe



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If you’re not afraid of heights, you have a sense of adventure, and you you scoff in the face of danger then you may want to check out these 25 scary bridges you’ll have to see to believe.

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Trift Bridge — Switzerland
Kawarau Gorge Suspension Bridge — New Zealand
Daedunsan Mountain Suspension Bridge — South Korea
Hanging Bridge of Ghasa — Nepal
Monkey Bridges — Vietnam
Huangshan — China
Montenegro Rainforest Bridge — Costa Rica
U-Bein Bridge — Myanmar
Chesapeake Bay Bridge — Maryland
Langkawi Sky Bridge — Malaysia
Storseisundet Bridge — Norway
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge — Northern Ireland
Capilano Suspension Bridge — Canada
Canopy walk bridge — Ghana
Aiguille du Midi Bridge — France
Vitim River Bridge — Russia
Millau Viaduct — France
Royal Gorge Bridge — Colorado
Mackinac Bridge — Michigan
Lake Pontchartrain Causeway — Louisiana
Musou Tsuribashi — Japan
Estrada Puerto Suarez — Bolivia
Volgograd Bridge — Russia
Quepos Bridge — Costa Rica
Sidhue River Bridge — China

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  1. Well yes there have been deaths on the capilano suspension bridge but none have been from an accidental fall, the railings come up to shoulder height there is no possible way to accidentally fall off the bridge, you jump or are thrown off.

  2. Dude, there is a bridge in Santafe de Antioquia, Colombia, It's the first hanging bridge in latin america (that is from the Rio Grand to Tierra del Fuefo) This bridge make all the shown bridges look line lego sets

  3. At 1'38" to 1'52" YOUR supposed "(…) bamboo bridge in Vietnâm that only apes can cross (…) " happens to be IN FACT in North East of India in MEGHALAYA STATE near ASSAM https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meghalaya and is made of roots of a strangler fig tree mixxed with diverse other materials from wood to large flat stones…grown over many centuries and by many generations..You should perhaps verify your informations…Even if Vietman is indeed a very old country, this bridge is in INDIA near Cherrapunjee waterfalls in the vallees on Meghalaya https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jrmm7gjZGE

  4. aw come on. The Chesapeake Bridge isn’t scary, I’ve been over it dozens of times! Tbh I find the tunnel that goes under the bay to be more scary since I feel like it could flood any moment.