Kawarau Bridge, New Zealand
Located in Queenston, this bridge is a well known attraction. It is 43 meters above the Kawarau River and offers fantastic views. It is best known as a great place to bungee jump.
Daedunsan Mountain Suspension Bridge, South Korea
Reaching this bridge requires the participation in a scenic hike. The bridge is 50 meters across and found within the mountains. It suspends onlookers above a deep gorge with an incredible view.
Trift Bridge, Switzerland
Trift Bridge is a suspension bridge located in Gadmen. After a hike into the Swiss Alps, the bridge offers views of the lake and glacier. It is one of the longest and highest pedestrian bridges in the Alps.
Hanging Bridge of Ghasa, Nepal
This bridge suspends over a river valley in Ghasa. It was built to help with traveling within the area. The bridge appears to be dangerous but has able to sustain high animal and pedestrian traffic for many.
Old Hanging Bridge, Afghanistan
This bridge is known for being one of the scariest bridges in the world. The rickety bridge hangs low to the river underneath. The bridge may be scary, but the views are spectacular.
Canopy Walk, Ghana
The Canopy Walk is located in Kakum National Park. The walkway takes it's travelers through the rain forest, 40 meters above the ground. It is an amazing way to see the plants and animals in their natural environments.
Vitim River Bridge, Russia
This bridge can be found in Siberia. It was built to allow travel across the freezing Vitim River. Cars and pedestrians cross it daily, and it is extremely dangerous because there are no railings.
Puente de Ojuela, Mexico
The Puente de Ojuela is in the Chihuahuan Desert. It was designed by the same Roebling brothers who also designed the Brooklyn Bridge. The bridge is the only surviving structure from the Ojuela Mine settlement.
Royal Gorge Bridge, Colorado
Colorado is home to the Royal Gorge Bridge. The bridge is suspended 956 feet above the Arkansas River. It provides tourists with a awesome 360 degree view of the gorge.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland
This rope bridge leads right to Carrick-a-Rede Island. The bridge hangs above a 30 meters deep and 20 meters wide chasms making for scary travels. Once used by fishermen, it not allows travelers to take in beautiful views.
Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada
This bridge is a popular attraction in Canada. The 450 feet long bridge was built in 1889. Now part of a large park, the bridge provides onlookers with views of the rainforest.
Monkey Bridges, Vietnam
The Monkey Bridges are known to be some of the world's scariest bridges. The crazy bridges are made of a single bamboo rod and one handrail. The name comes from the stooped position used to safely cross without falling into the river below.
Iya Valley Vine Bridges, Japan
The secluded area is made up on mountain slopes and rocky gorges. These bridges are the only 3 remaining vine bridges in the area. The continue to be taken care of and are a big tourist attraction.
Montenegro Rain Forest, Costa Rica
The bridge found in the Montenegro Rain Forest is known as a hanging bridge. Made up of wood and string, it runs through the rain forest. The fragile bridge, along with it's missing rungs, makes for dangerous passage.
U-Bein Bridge, Myanmar
Built around 1850, it is thought to be the oldest teakwood bridge in the world. The beautiful bridge is built from salvaged material from a Palace. It is still used daily by hundreds of locals.
Hussaini Hanging Bridge, Pakistan
It is one of the most dangerous bridges in the world. With the rungs spread sporadically, the journey across the water isn't easy. The dangerous trek across is performed every day by those in the community.
Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia
Langkawi Sky Bridge is a more modern bridge. It is a curved cable-stayed bridge that was finished in 2004. It is one of the longest bridges of it's kind and offers unique views.