Bridges are the life lines for many peoples. Here are the some of the bridges which look scary and dangerous. And for some people it looks like adventurous destiminations.
1. George Washington Bridge, United States
Total Length: 1,450 m
Height: 184 m
The George Washington Bridge is a double-decked suspension bridge spanning the Hudson River, connecting the Washington Heights neighborhood in the borough of Manhattan in New York City to Fort Lee, New Jersey. As of 2015, the George Washington Bridge carries over 106 million vehicles per year, making it the world’s busiest motor vehicle bridge.
2. Royal Gorge Bridge , United States
Total Length: 384 m
Height: 321 m
The Royal Gorge Bridge is a tourist attraction near Cañon City, Colorado, within Royal Gorge Bridge & Park, a 360-acre theme park. The bridge deck crosses the Royal Gorge 291 m above the Arkansas River. It is a suspension bridge with a main span of 286 m. The bridge is 384 m long and 5.5 m wide, with a wooden walkway with 1292 planks. The bridge is suspended from towers that are 46 m high. It was formerly among the ten highest bridges in the world until 2012, and remains the highest in the United States.
3. Kusma-Gyadi Bridge, Nepal
Total Length: 344 m
Height: 117 m
Announced at the beginning of 2008 and completed in early 2010, the huge Kushma-Gyadi catenary suspension footbridge is one of the world’s highest bridge of its type. Crossing 117 m above the Madi River, the trail bridge is also one of Nepal’s longest with a span of 344 m.
4. Millau Viaduct, France
Total Length: 2,460 m
Height: 343 m
The Millau Viaduct is a cable-stayed bridge that spans the valley of the River Tarn near Millau in southern France. It was formally inaugurated on 14 December 2004, and opened to traffic on 16 December. The bridge has been consistently ranked as one of the great engineering achievements of all time. The bridge received the 2006 International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering Outstanding Structure
5. Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia
Total Length: 125 m
Height: 660 m (above sea level)
Langkawi Sky Bridge is a curved pedestrian cable-stayed bridge in Malaysia, completed in 2005. The bridge deck is located 660 metres above sea level at the peak of Gunung Mat Chinchang on Pulau Langkawi, an island in the Langkawi archipelago in Kedah. The Langkawi Sky Bridge can be reached by first taking the Langkawi Cable Car to the top station but, while an inclinator that will bring visitors from the top station to the bridge is being built, a further 15-20 minute trek is necessary through a temporary mountain track to reach the bridge.
6. Hussaini Hanging Bridge, Pakistan
Total Length: Unknown
Height: 2,600 m (above sea level)
No one knows who built the Hussaini-Borit Lake Bridge, but it is extremely old, very narrow, situated too high above the lake and missing many of the original wooden planks. It passes through the village of Passu and other neighboring hamlets, ending at the lake itself.
7. Vitim River Bridge, Siberia
Total Length: 570 m
Height: 15 m
Vitim River Bridge is one of the scariest bridges in the world. During the Siberian winter, the bridge becomes even more challenging as the wood turns into an ice slick that provides no traction. The old railway bridge is 570 m long and only 15 m above the water. It’s barely wide enough for one car, and it’s iced over for much of the year. Isn’t wide enough for a car and has no railings. It’s made of wood and not in a very good condition. It will take a good 3 minutes to drive across it if you’re a skilled driver.