A walk only for the brave. Opened just in July 29, 2017, the world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge opened in Randa, Switzerland after just 10 weeks of construction. It will take you two hours of hiking from Randa to reach the bridge’s location between the lush mountains and trees of Switzerland, but for adventure-seekers and mountain-lovers, this is definitely a hike that’s worth it.
The suspension bridge is a whopping 1,620 feet long, making it the world’s longest, and is suspended at 279 feet above the ground. And here’s what adds to the thrill of crossing it even more—the bridge’s floor is grated so you can see the bottom, and is only two feet wide.
Watch National Geographic’s footage of the remarkable bridge here:
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