World’s Most Pedestrian bridges with spectacular views
There are a number pedestrian bridges around the world which have spectacular views. Here is a look at some of them.
First and foremost, we have the Trift Bridge which is found in Switzerland. It is the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the Alps. It is 170 m long. Remember the Alps form some of the highest mountain ranges. Some of the mountains in Switzerland are over 2000m above sea level.The most awesome thing is that once on the Trift Bridge, you can enjoy a gorgeous unbelievable view of these cool mountains. What makes it awesome is the way the Trift Bridge goes over the Triftsee lake. The beauty of it is in the surrounding. One is actually surrounded by the mountain ranges. When one is crossing the bridge, the view of the lake down low is very beautiful. The water takes a light green color. The shape of the Triftsee lake down low is also beautiful. The beauty is in the way part of the mountain surrounds the lake, forming a beautiful irregular shape.Since the long bridge can only be reached via cable cars, it makes the whole experience so exciting.
Another Spectacular pedestrian bridge is the Carrick-A-Rede rock bridge in Ireland. The bridge links the mainland and the island of Carrickarede, hence the name. The shape of this massive deep gorge and how it goes all the way in the water gives it a an awesome view. It is all green and its reflection in water is superb.
The Helix bridge in Singapore is another beautiful pedestrian bridge. It has adopted new technology and its architectural design makes it unique. Its takes the shape of a DNA structure and at night, the lighting gives it an awesome view. Its reflection at night, together with those of the nearby buildings leaves you open-mouthed.
Another awesome pedestrian bridge is the Peak Walk in Switzerland. Imagine how cool it is walk between two Mountain Peaks. Where else on earth would you find something like this? make it the first thing on your wish list and get to experience this unbelievable adventure.
There is also the El Caminito Del Rey bridge in Spain. Hanging above the Guadalhorse river, being on this bridge makes you feel like you are walking between two massive rocks, which you are, literary.
Imagine crossing a bridge next to a huge beautiful waterfall. How cool! That is the feeling that you get at the Benso Bridge in the USA.
Ever seen a long wave shaped bridge? Only at Hernderson wave bridge in Singapore will you get to see this. The best view of it is usually at nights, when it is illuminated by LED Lighting.
Get the chance to walk through the tops of giant tingle trees in Australia, by visiting the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk bridge. Within it, is the Walpole-Nornalup National Park.
The Gateshead Millenium Bridge in England is another spectacular bridge. It is unique because of the way it can tilt. It is the only one of its kind in the whole world. It has been built over River Tyne. The reflection of the nearby buildings formed in the water at night makes it so cool.
These are just but a few examples of pedestrian bridges with spectacular views.