Ten most dangerous and deadly pedestrian bridges in the world.
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If you’re not roaming around the world in luxury restaurants,
we might interest you in a tour of the ten deadliest bridges in the world.
Let’s take a look.
NO.10 The Hussaini Hanging Bridge, northern Pakistan.
This bridge is hanging above the Hussaini river,
and it still has the remains of the old bridge that was once built.
Made from ropes, wood and cables,
this bridge is said to have been washed away,
more than once due to the weather conditions.
Parts of it are still not easily traversed,
and when the water flood in the bridges partly in the water,
I’m sure that crossing it is not a pleasant experience.
第九 瑞士的trift 悬索吊桥
NO.9 Trift Suspension Bridge, Switzerland.
One of the most dangerous,
and deadly pedestrian bridges in the world is located in Switzerland.
The Trift Suspension Bridge is a very narrow bridge built in 2004,
so pedestrians could reach the Trift Hut of the Swiss Alpine Club.
曾经 Trift 冰川的高度可以达到这座桥的高度
The height was previously reached by means of the Trift Glacier,
but due to melting it no longer reaches the necessary height.
The bridge is considered to be the longest and the highest in the Swiss alps,
having a hundred and seventy meters in length and being a hundred meters above ground.
The first construction was made of just simple rope.
But it was rebuilt in order to be less dangerous.
Anyway when you’re a hundred meters in the middle of the glacier,
I’m sure the experience is far more relaxing.
第八 日本的Musou Tsuribashi桥
NO.8 Musou Tsuribashi, Japan.
Our next adventurous bridge is in Japan.
Dubbed as Japan’s scariest suspension bridge Musou Tsuribashi.
Is not only dangerous to cross but also quite difficult to get to.
The bridge is in the middle of nowhere.
And to get there you have to climb on a sea mountain,
by using a series of chains that have been put into the stone.
If you pass the step,
you’ ll get to the bridge,
which is poorly maintained and has missing planks of wood,
just big enough for your leg to fall through them.
The planks are supported by very thin cables.
If you don’t believe me,
take a look at the video below.
NO. 7 Qeswachaka Bridge, Peru.
Located in Peru and suspended above the Apurimac River.
the Qeswachaka Bridge is the only remaining bridge of a series of rope bridge.
crossings from the time of the incas.
The bridge is made from a local herb known as Koya,
which is woven into six long cables then being bound by eucalyptus trunks.
The Qeswachaka Bridge has been built every year because it deteriorates quickly.
Every second week of June around a thousand men and women,
gathered around when the bridge is built.
A celebration and a festival take place.
The bridge being then open to the public.
第六 阿根廷 Perito莫雷诺冰川的冰桥
NO. 6 Perito Moreno Glacier Ice Bridge, Argentina.
How about some ice with that bridge？
Perito Moreno Glacier Ice Bridge is definitely,
one of the most dangerous and deadly pedestrian bridges in the world.
Located in Agentina, the natural ice bridge is simply stunning.
But don’t be fooled by its beauty,
because it might just cost you your life.
The beautiful landmark is not permanent every one to five years collapsing.
So if you have the courage to go over this bridge,
don’t waste time cross it quickly.
Because you’ll never know when that glacier will fall into the ocean again.
第五 墨西哥的Puente de Ojuela
NO. 5 Puente De Ojuela, Mexico.
Puente de Ojuela建于1898年
Puente De Ojuela was built in 1898,
and it was used to transport ore from different parts of the Ojuela mining town.
Since all the minerals were consumed,
the town is now a ghost town.
And it’s the tourists attraction along with the bridge.
Puente De Ojuela 是用木头做的
Made from wood, Puente De Ojuela
is wide enough for pedestrian crossing.
and it’s stretching over a deep desert canyon.
Having around 3 hundred meters in length,
you might wanna leave your kids at home if you decide to cross the bridge.
Because a fall will truly cause death.
making it one of the most dangerous bridges in the world.
No.4 Seven Mile Bridge, Florida.
The Seven Mile Bridge was known as the overseas rail road.
But after the laborday hurricane in 1985, it was completely destroyed.
The bridge was reconstructed and is now fit for pedestrian and automobile use,
one of the longest bridges in the world.
The Seven Mile Bridge connects nightsky,
and the middle Florida keys to little duckie in the lower Florida keys.
But even though it seems quite strong,
the bridge is thought to be affected by hurricanes.
And it stretches for miles across open water.
So do you dare to cross it and be in the middle of the water?
If you do, you can attend the annual run across the bridge.
NO.3 The Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada.
The Capilano Suspension Bridge is 140 meters long
and sits 70 metres above the ground.
Surrounded by nothing but forests,
the bridge was originally made from wooden planks and hemp ropes.
The ropes were changed into cables, but the bridge is still made of planks.
The bridge is popular among tourists but dangerous,
because it makes a curve and wraps around a cliff connected to a series of cables
that meet at a central point.
The bridge itself gets around 800,000 visitors each year.
第二 加纳的Canopy Walk
NO.2 The Canopy Walk, Ghana.
The Canopy Walk will not offer you a relaxing walk at all.
At some areas elevate as opposed to staying level,
and others have missing rope.
The bridge is suspended almost a hundred feet above sea level.
As it connects the top of seven trees,
so I don’t think that knowing there’s a missing rope,
will really make you feel uncomfortable.
然而Canopy Walk 是著名的旅游景点
However the Canopy Walk is a popular tourists’ attraction.
The bridge is really narrow.
Two people not being able to walk side by side,
or in opposite directions.
第一 缅甸U Bein桥
NO.1 U Bein Bridge, Myanmar.
Located in Myanmar this bridge is not exactly deadly,
but a fall might leave you hurting for a while.
The bridge is made of the same wood used 200 years ago when it was constructed.
The U Bein Bridge stands above the Taungthaman Lakes.
因此如果你掉下去 就会掉进湖里 对吗
So if you happen to fall down, the lake is there, right?
因此如果你掉下去 就会掉进湖里 对吗
Not quite. Becauce at certain points of the year.
In the dry season, the lake dries out completely.
so it might hurt you just a little.
Just make sure you keep your balance and enjoy the view.
Originally we wanted to include the glass bridge in China, but it’s not that dangerous.
Ever cross any other bridges mentioned on this list,
let us know in the comments.
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