The Most Dangerous Bridge in the World

Which is the most dangerous bridge in the world? Someone who has one of the most crossing or weak structures in the world! OK, maybe both of them. The bridge is used to cross the obstacles like pit or river.

Here are some of the most dangerous and uncertain bridges in the world.

 1. Inca Rope Bridge –  

Dangerous Bridge-Inca Rope Bridge
Dangerous Bridge-Inca Rope Bridge

This bridge is located in Dakshina Kan province, and manual is made of special herbs through labor. The structure of the rope extends to 366 meters and is renovated every year by the local residents.

In order to facilitate their travel within the empire, they are using a simple suspension type bridge to cross the deep rivers, valleys, these bridges supported by grass cables can be used to keep the pressure of sharp horses and trains retained is.

2. Hussaini – Borit Lake, Pakistan –

Borit Lake Rope Bridge-Dangerous Bridge
Borit Lake Rope Bridge-Dangerous Bridge

Hussaini-Bourt Lake Bridge is a major tourist destination in Northern Pakistan for sheer adventures. This picturesque piece of engineering is believed to be among the most dangerous bridges in the world, due to the increasing balance of wood garlic and volatility in wide gap.

Due to winds and travelers, there is a risk of a possibility of being thrown into water for a possible death due to swinging the bridge horribly. It is situated close to the village Pasu, surrounded by small villages.

3. Glen Nevis Wire Rope Bridge – 

The Glen Wire Rope Bridge-Dangerous Bridge
The Glen Wire Rope Bridge-Dangerous Bridge

This is a good looking bridge in Lockheber, Scotland, which is based on Fort William. It is surrounded by a small range in the south, while Ben Lewis, which is the highest mountain in the British Isles, cover the answer.

One of the three highest waterfalls of Scotland is Stell Falls, where Alt Coir A’Hill meets Nevis in Glen. Glenn Nevis is Glenn’s picturesque and well-liked choice in Lochaber, Highland, Scotland.

4. Carrick-a-Red Rope Bridge –

Carrick a Rede Bridge-Dangerous Bridge
Carrick a Rede Bridge-Dangerous Bridge

The famous Carrick-a-Red Rope Bridge stretches 80 feet deep in the valley. Earlier it had only one cable hand band in its composition and was roughly flat, so people had to go everywhere.

Later, the single hand bar was replaced with two hand strip bridges. Although there has not been any major accident on the record, the local Fisher is ready to meet the requirement of the public, the uniqueness of its construction made it a tourist spot.

Harvilas Meena

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