Some people have always been afraid of suspension bridges. For those who are afraid of heights, perhaps even more so.

Too old, too narrow, or too high are the characteristics of these suspension bridges.

Walking along the most dangerous bridges has become a favorite pastime for many people.

Here are some of the most famous suspension bridges:


The Puente de Ojuela is located in Mexico, and the suspension bridge is one of the longest suspension bridges in the world.

The high bridge attracts a large number of fans of extreme sports, while the beauty of the canyon also attracts photographers. The feeling of weightlessness you get when you step across the suspension bridge stems from the open design of the structure and its impressive height.

Today, the massive suspension bridge, which is over 271 meters long, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the area.

2. Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge in the UK

This is a rope bridge near Ballintoy, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The bridge connects a small island with a span of 20 meters and is 30 meters above sea level below.

Since ancient times, the island has attracted local fishermen, so they built this rope bridge to easily reach the island for fishing.

But with time, the fishing place disappeared, and with time, it led to the bridge being abandoned.

The bridge has since been rebuilt by the local government, making it a tourist and adventure attraction in Northern Ireland.

Walking on the swaying rope bridge with the sea breeze and overlooking the waves beneath you is very exciting and has long been one of the most popular attractions places.

3. Trift Bridge in Switzerland

Located in the Swiss canton of Bern, this is the longest suspension bridge for pedestrians in the Swiss Alps.

Built in 2004 at the initiative of an energy company, the bridge's main structure is supported by wooden planks and ropes for pedestrian traffic.

The bridge is a simple suspension bridge design, with a width of no more than one meter, a length of about 170 meters, and a height of 100 meters.

The Trift Bridge still maintains its status as the most dangerous and highest suspension bridge in Europe, and the bridge can only be walked on in calm, windless weather.

Standing on the Trift Bridge offers a beautiful view of the lake and, in good visibility, a beautiful view of nearby Italy.

If you like excitement, you may want to visit these suspension bridges, but be sure to pay attention to safety.