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Top 10 Most Scariest And Craziest Bridges In The World
on December 25, 2016
Would you dare to cross over these , the worlds most dangerous Bridges ? Did you know some people have a fear of Bridges and can not cross over them ? Lets look at the worlds most Dangerous and Scary Bridges !
10. Eshima Ohashi Bridge, Japan
This futuristically designed bridge connects the cities Matsue and Sakainimato, spanning over a mile of the Lake Nakaumi. It has a gradient of 6.1 on one side and 5.1 on the other, and is designed such that fishing fleets may pass underneath its peak. Though it’s designed to give the driver nightmares, navigation is easy once you’re actually on the bridge, which explains the traffic rush during peak hours.
9. The Millau Viaduct Bridge, near Millau, France
The Millau Bridge is the tallest bridge in the world, with its one mast going up to 343 m. This stunning cable-stayed bridge spans over the valley of the River Tarn and the step-cut mountainside and picturesque villages present a beautiful view. It was designed by British architect Lord Norman Foster, and the French President Jacques Chirac called it a “miracle of equilibrium.”
8. Titlis Suspension Bridge, Switzerland
The bridge was opened to the public in 2009. It is located 500 m above the ground, stretches for 320 m and is only 3m wide. Prepare to have your senses befuddled by looking under your feet through the glass planks; at the dazzling whiteness of the Titlis glacier. Its reputation as the “scariest bridge in the world” has kept a lot of tourists from it, but if you’re the adventurous type, this should be the place to go.
7. Sidu River Bridge, China
China is leading the race for the best constructed bridges, and the Sidu River Bridge testifies to the engineering calibre of Chinese builders. This jaw-dropping 1222 m structure passes through the valley of the Sidu River, and is located around 550 m above sea level. It is part of the G50 Huyu Expressway that connects Shanghai with the Chonquing province of China; a route that passes through a breathtaking expanse of mountains and natural scenery. The bridge is held up by H-shaped towers, and is currently the highest in the world.
6. Trift Bridge, Switzerland
It is a lean pedestrian-only suspension bridge, hanging a 100 m above sea level and is 170 m long. The breathtaking view of Lake Triftsee and the Trift Glacier is what attracts thousands of tourists around the world to this serene place. Though the bridge itself is very stable, its minimal wiring and the wide-placed wooden planks make it look quite risky, leading to your adrenaline peaking while trekking through the unique construction.
5. Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada
Located above the Capilano River in Vancouver, Canada, the bridge is the centre of attraction in the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. It is located 70 m above sea level and is 140 m long. The lush greenery of the West Coast rainforest and the calm stretch of the Capilano River can be enjoyed at its fullest while walking on the bridge. The bridge also ends in the Park’s latest attraction, a cliffwalk which clings to one of the gorges of the river, offering a splendid view of the surrounding countryside.
4. Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia
This astonishing bridge is 210 m long, and hangs a whooping 660 m above sea level. The cutting-edge architecture of the bridge consists of it being suspended by 8 cables, all hanging from a single pylon, which towers over the bridge. It also has three curves stretches extending 25 m each, at the end of each is a triangular viewing area for you to take in the scenery.
3. Royal Gorge Bridge, near Canon City, Colorado
Unlike the two above, the Royal Gorge Bridge is a suspension bridge, not a cantilever one. It is the highest bridge of the United States, hanging 956 m above the Arkansas River. It is also one of the oldest bridges; built in just six months in 1929. This marvelous feat of engineering is a chief tourist attraction for people visiting the Colorado theme park. It was built with 1000 planks of Oregon fir, and is built to handle automobiles. The passing of vehicles makes the bridge shake and oscillate, giving an additional thrill to the experience.
2. Glass Skywalk, Tianmenshan National Forest Park, China
The Glass Walkway, termed “The Walk of Faith” hangs off the edge of a cliff in the Tianmen Mountains; it is 60 meters long, 1.6 meters wide and is located 1430 meters above sea level. Despite being hair-raising frightening, the skywalk attracts thousands of tourists due to the breathtaking view it offers of the entire county. If this adrenaline-inducing bridge doesn’t get your heart racing, nothing else will.
1. The Storseisundbrua, Atlantic Highway, Norway
It has rightly been called “The road to nowhere.” Situated on Norway’s West Coast, it is the longest of eight bridges that make up the Atlantic Highway. It’s uniquely complex architecture facilitates an optical illusion; so that seen from the angle of approach, the driver would think he’s taking a flying leap into the sea. And if that’s not scary enough, the bridge is often hit by European storms, and the mile high waves crashing over the bridge are sure to make the most daredevil of drivers turn away.
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