Top 10 Most Dangerous Bridges in the World
Have you ever wondered while crossing a bridge, either if you will be able to reach the other end or you will just fell off it?
Well if not then here is a list of the top 10 most dangerous bridges in the world for you.
10: Royal Gorge Bridge, Colorado, USA
It is one of the tallest bridges in the world. It has parks linked with it but unfortunately, wildfires have destroyed a major portion of it.
9: Aiguille du Midi Bridge, France
It is a short bridge and is above 9200ft, located in the Alps Mountains.
8: Puente de Ojuela, Mexico
It is the last remains of Ojuela. The bridge connects to a ghost town and it makes it scarier to walk on it.
7: Quepos Bridge, Costa Rica
The bridge is also known as the bridge of death. If you look at it you will think that it is going to collapse any minute, still, large vehicles cross it daily.
6: Millau Viaduct, France
The bridge can be seen hanging above the clouds. It is the world’s tallest bridge and has a motorway that links Paris to Montpellier.
5: Vitim River Bridge, Russia
The bridge is not only scary in its looks but not everyone has survived crossing it. The people who crossed it safely have shared their views on Facebook.
4: Mount Titlis, Switzerland
This beautiful bridge is present in the Alps Mountains. The bridge was designed to withstand super snowstorms and winds. Therefore, it is the safest way to travel through the mountains.
3: Langkawi Sky Bridge. Kedah, Malaysia
The bridge was made in 2004 and got closed in 2014. It is 7000meters above sea level.
2: Canopy Walk, Ghana
The Canopy Bridge is a beautiful and dangerous bridge to walk in the national park of Africa. The bridge is made connecting tall trees and is used to view the animal and plants in the forest.
1: Hussaini Hanging Bridge, Pakistan
The Hussaini Bridge is the most dangerous in the world. It is splendid to see that the locals cross it daily to move into the area. The hideous-looking logs separated from each other will surely give you goosebumps and you might think twice before stepping upon it.