The World’s Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge Opens in Switzerland – Would You Cross It?
Don’t look down! The world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge has opened in the Swiss Alps. Hikers can now walk 1,620 feet to cross an Alpine ravine at a stunning height of up to 300 feet.
It spans the valley between the towns of Zermatt and Grächen. According to Edith Zweifel, a spokesperson for the travel board, it cuts the journey across the valley from three to four hours to a mere 10 minutes. (The total journey time between Zermatt and Grächen is about two days.)
Read more about this amazing bridge on the CNN website.