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10 Scary But Cool Bridges In The World

There are incredibly awesome places around the globe for adventures. For adventurers that like to enjoy and to feed the body with adrenaline there’s a lot of things that they can do and to enjoy. Wisance in this post try to bring some creative ideas for the brave travelers and enthusiasts. Crossing the most scariest bridges in the world. Yes maybe your next adrenaline vacation will be this.

Look this amazing selection of the cool but scary to cross bridges from around the world. Great to visit and feed with a little adrenaline. Enjoy!

1. Glass walkway ‘bridge’ at china’s tianmen mountain park

Glass walkway ‘bridge’ at china’s tianmen mountain park, 10 Scary But Cool Bridges In The World Glass walkway ‘bridge’ at china’s tianmen mountain park 2image credit: dingyun juan

2. Red Bridge, Japan

Red Bridge, Japanimage credits: via Pinterest

3. Unstable bridge in France

Unstable bridge in France, 10 Scary But Cool Bridges In The Worldimage credit: Unknown

4. Bridge in Pulau Langkawi, Malaysia

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5. Swing Bridge, Oribi Gorge, South Africa

Swing Bridge, Oribi Gorge, South Africa, 10 Scary But Cool Bridges In The Worldimage credits: travelavenue.fr

6. Hardanger Bridge, Norway

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7. Keshwa Chaca, Peru – Oldest Surviving Inca Rope Bridge

Keshwa Chaca, Peru – Oldest Surviving Inca Rope Bridge, 10 Scary But Cool Bridges In The World Keshwa Chaca, Peru – Oldest Surviving Inca Rope Bridge 2source

8. Devil’s Bridge – Sedona, Arizona

Devil’s Bridge – Sedona, Arizona 2sourceDevil’s Bridge – Sedona, Arizonasource

9. The Bridge of Immortals, China

The Bridge of Immortals, China The Bridge of Immortals, China 3 The Bridge of Immortals, China 2source

10. Kusma Gyadi Suspension Bridge, Nepal

Kusma Gyadi Suspension Bridge, NepalsourceKusma Gyadi Suspension Bridge, Nepal 2source