World’s First Suspension Bridge Connecting Two Mountain Peaks Debuted In The Swiss Alps, And It’s Incredible

Outdoors — October 27, 2014 at 8:12 pm by

Basically this thing looks awesome. It stands at 9,800 feet high, and is 351 feet long, and connects the Glacier 3000 and the Scex Rouge mountain peaks in the Swiss Alps, and is the first of its kind. It’s only 31 inches wide, and looking down from that thing has to be the craziest feeling ever. It is also the second highest suspension bridge in the world. Bucket list.

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