Get The Thrill Of Hanging Out On These Suspension Bridges

If you are the kind who is absolutely adventurous and doesn’t mind taking your adrenaline rush to another level then these suspension bridges around the world are a must on your bucket list.

Even nature lovers will be taken aback by the beauty that envelops these bridges.

And, for those who have a phobia of heights, this is your chance to face your fears and take a step on these bridges.

1.  The Capilona Suspension Bridge

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This bridge is located in the region of Northern Vancouver, Canada. The bridge offers amazing views of the region and is at height of 70 meters above the Capilona river.

2.  Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

This famous rope bridge is located near Ballintoy in Northern Ireland. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede.  The rope bridge originally consisted of a single rope hand rail which has been replaced by a two hand railed bridge. The best way to cross this hanging bridge is by not looking down.

3. Highline179

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Supposedly the longest suspension bridge for pedestrians. Located at an altitude of 116 m above the Ehrenburg castle and connects the Ehrenburg ruins with Fort Claudia. Take a short adventure on this bridge in Austria.

4. Glass Bridge 

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Enjoy the spectacular view under your feet while you take a walk on this glass bottomed bridge in China. This is the world’s largest glass bottom bridge.

5.  Storms River suspension bridge

Just 7 meters above the rushing waters of the Indian Ocean this bridge in South Africa offers some stunning views. Do you dare to go on this one?