Millau Bridge, France- One of the world’s tallest bridges, elevating 1,125 feet above Tarn Valley in Southern France. Being slightly taller than the Eiffel Tower, travelers say is the most thrilling experience to drive across this bridge. It is 8,071 feet long and extends 885.8 feet above the great rivers below. It was built and open to the public in 2004.
Royal Gorge Bridge, Colorado- Holds the record for the tallest bridge in the United States. The suspension the of the bridge is 1,053 feet above the ground. The choice is yours, whether you want to walk or drive over this bridge. The bridge is 1,270 feet long and weighs 15 tons. The bridge was built in 1929 and is open to the public at any time.
Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland- This bridge is 20 meters long and 30 meters above the rocks and rive down below. The bridge sways back and fourth when walking across it, no matter the weather. This sight is very popular in Ireland and it is one of the most visited places in the country.
Hanging Bridge, Switzerland- Travelers have reported that this bridge is the most excited and most intimidating in Switzerland. The bridge is 100 meters above the Trift Glaciers and lengths at 170 meters long. It is considered as the longest and highest suspending bridges in the Alps.
Musou Tsuribashi Bridge, Japan- This bridge was built in the 50’s and has not been under maintenece since. Walking across this bridge could be very dangerous. It is extremely high and narrow and is created with old wood and wire. The weight over the wind, forces the old piece to move side to side. This bridge is located in the middle of nowhere and sources say if it is stumbled upon, avoid it.
Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada- The Capilano bridge is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Canada. It is also known as the oldest tourist attraction in that country. The bridge is 450 feet across and 270 feet above the Capilan River. Tourists have said the view is amazing, but the height is overwhelming.
Mackinac Bridge, Michigan- This five mile long bridge makes drivers so nervous that they can’t quite make it all the way through. When this happens, Authorities offer to drive the car or motorcylce across the bridge for them. Mackinac Bridge is 199 feet above water and winds up to 30 miles per hour, causing the bridge to sway.
Hussaini Hanging Bridge, Pakistan- This bridge is beyond dangerous and is hardly walked across by anyone. There are huge gaps between the planks and if the wind picks it up, whoever is walking across, is doomed. Right below this bridge is the Hunza River, which is always freezing cold, no matter the weather.
Seven Mile Bridge, Florida- Obviously, the bridge is 7 miles long and hangs above the beautiful waters of Florida. Because it is located in the Keys, the bridge is a huge target for the hurricanes that come through the state. In the center of the bridge, there is a 65 foot arch for boats to pass by. It is proven not to be to sturdy during the storms.
Deception Pass Bridge, Washington- Around this area in Washington, the weather is mostly foggy. It just so happens that this bridge is located right in the middle of it all. Driving over it is not particularly scary, but walking over it is a different story. The views of the rushing water down below and the rapid winds is what causes the hair to raise on your back.