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The scariest bridges of the world

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For fans of strong sensations, suspended bridges with their entire splendor are an unforgettable experience.

Here are some of the most frightening bridges in the world:


Pont de l'Aiguille du Midi, France

Those who arrive in the French Alps can make crossing the Pont de l'Aiguille du Midi, Mont Blanc Massif Bridge. The bridge is located at a height of 3842 meters. To get there, tourists have to go with a lift for 8 minutes. The bridge is used as a bridge for the two mountain peaks.


Royal Gorge Bridge, United States

In Colorado is one of the highest suspension bridges in the United States: Royal Gorge Bridge. The bridge is built over the River Arkansans and was completed in 1982. The bridge is 295 meters high and has a length of 384 meters.


Triff Bridge, Switzerland

Triff is a suspension bridge built in 2004 to allow access to an isolated hut on a glacier in the Swiss Alps. Triff suspension bridge is located at a height of 99 meters. In 2009, the bridge was stabilized with cables to prevent movement due to violent winds. Length of the bridge is 170 meters.


Rope Bridge, Ireland

In Ireland, near Ballintoy, is a rope bridge that has managed to scare passersby. The bridge is made of rope as a platform for access to a small island in Northern Ireland. Fishermen built the bridge at 30 meters above ground. Meanwhile the bridge has become a tourist attraction for fans of strong sensations. Length of the bridge is 19 meters.


Capilano Bridge, Canada

Capilano suspension bridge is located in Vancouver, above the Capilano River. The bridge is 70 meters high and 137 meters in length. Suspension bridge was originally built in 1889. Even today, this bridge is considered one of the most frightening buildings of this type. Long, narrow and unstable, Capilano Bridge is ideal for fans of strong sensations.


Mackinac Bridge, United States

Mackinac Bridge is in Michigan and is one of the scariest bridges in the world. The bridge is considered so difficult to pass that authorities in Michigan have invented a free service that drivers are helped to move the car from one bank to another. The main disadvantage of the bridge is the strong winds. Mackinac Bridge is 60 meters above the water.


Ojuela Puente, Mexico

Ojuela Puente is a suspension bridge in Durango, Mexico, built in the nineteenth century. Wood floor is the main concern bystanders. Later were added steel cables connecting the two towers. Mexican bridge is 317 meters long and a height of 109 meters. Ojuela Puente serves about one mining town left, Ojuela.


Bay Bridge, United States

In Maryland, United States, Bay Bridge is a bridge dangerous because of frequent storms that occur in the region. When bad weather and when visibility drops the shore becomes invisible to those who are trapped on the bridge.