Take a look at the world’s longest pedestrian bridge in Switzerland, its 86 metres above the ground at its highest point.

Early this month, the world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge opened in Switzerland. It invites visitors to brave a narrow path running 86 metres above the ground at its highest point. It is called – The Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge.

Take a look at some pictures and the video below:








It replaces a previous bridge that had been damaged by rock falls.

Suspension bridges can span further than any other type of bridge. They use a system of cables to support walkways or roadways below. The longest in the world is the Akashi Kaikyō Bridge in Kobe, Japan.


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