Hanging high with the poorest of suspensions and constructed with poor material, this simple wood and rope bridge risks getting washed away by the harsh weather and the water below. It is found in the remote regions of Northern Pakistan.
This long suspended Malaysian bridge expands in an area of 550 meters, at the height of 40 meters. Every day hundreds of local people and tourists go across the bridge to the other side, and during the rainy season the bridge remains wet which makes it extremely difficult to cross.
With a length of 65 feet, this pathway bridge is found in Antrim town, Northern Ireland. Held up at the height of 100 feet, it takes a lot of courage and confidence to go across this light suspension of rope.