10 Most Dangerous And Deadly Pedestrian Bridges In The World

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10 Most Dangerous And Deadly Pedestrian Bridges In The World

If you are one of the adventurous ones, welcome to the most dangerous and deadly pedestrian bridges in the world!

For the adrenaline-lovers the next 10 bridges seem like a risky challenge they would accept, but if you are afraid of heights you better stay away from them.

Some of them are made from old, insecure materials, while others seem more stable and safer, so make sure you cross them very carefully, because one second of not paying attention and you might end up hurt or even worse.

So let’s have a look at these outstanding bridges that are more or less safe to cross!

1.The Hussaini Hanging Bridge – Northern Pakistan

We start our dangerous and exciting journey with The Hussaini Hanging Bridge in Northern Pakistan.

This bridge is hanging above the Hunza River and it still has remains of the old bridge that was once built.

Made from ropes, wood and cables, this bridge is said to have been washed away more than once due to weather conditions. Parts of it are still not easily traversed, and when the waters flood and the bridge is partly in the water, I’m sure that crossing it is not such a pleasant experience!

10 Most Dangerous And Deadly Pedestrian Bridges In The World - The Hussaini Hanging Bridge – Northern Pakistan
10 Most Dangerous And Deadly Pedestrian Bridges In The World – The Hussaini Hanging Bridge – Northern Pakistan
10 Most Dangerous And Deadly Pedestrian Bridges In The World - The Hussaini Hanging Bridge – Northern Pakistan
10 Most Dangerous And Deadly Pedestrian Bridges In The World – The Hussaini Hanging Bridge – Northern Pakistan

You’ll be in the middle of glaciers, 100 meters above ground ->

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