If you want to get adventure, risk is the part of percel of any kinds of journey of travel and you have to face of danger.  From sky-high suspension bridges to dilapidated rope bridges, these crossings aren’t for the meek.

Trift Bridge, Switzerland

Neue TriftbrŸcke (Juni 2009), Trift, Kanton Bern, Schweiz
Trift Bridge situated at Switzerland which is 100 meters over the lonesome expanse of the Trift glacier, this simple suspension, pedestrian bridge was built in 2004 and has been attracting over 20,000 each year visitors since them. Even getting to the bridge requires a journey via cable cart, followed by a difficult trek. it is not only amazing but also risky too. visitors who visit, he or she must face risk in walking. unfortunately if the blowing air rate increasing it show its dangerous face.

The Hussaini Hanging Bridge, Pakistan

The Hussaini Hanging Bridge, Pakistan
Not so safe. In fact, the Hussaini Hanging Bridge in Pakistan is known as one of the most dangerous bridge in the world. And it’s not difficult to see why. Every step requires a leap of faith. Whoever designed this needs to go back to engineering school. But if you like high-wire thrills, pick up a plane ticket – this is only one of many precarious rope bridges in Northern Pakistan.the bridge condition is not positive at all.

Stepping over space, Austria

Stepping over space, Austria
Not every sketchy bridge is in the middle of a jungle in a developing country. This pulse-quickening traverse hangs above a healthy amount of alpine air in Austria. We’re guessing most people want more than two skinny ropes to cross it – but this individual seems to be doing just fine.

Cirrus business on Mt Nimbus, USA

Cirrus business on Mt Nimbus, USA
This high altitude suspension bridge on Mt Nimbus is a bad-joke-teller’s dream. But with such sketchy footing, it’s best to keep your head out of the clouds. wood is the main element for building this bridge, it is much higher by which anybody must afraid when crossing on it.

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