The Tibetan Bridge is the longest suspended bridge in the world. It is 478 m long and rises 30 m from the ground. It is actually formed by three cable sections. The highest is the third section, which hangs on the height of 90 m from the ground.
The second part of the bridge is the longest. The whole walk along the bridge takes about an hour and a half. However, the last section can be also crossed by via ferrata, which will shorten your trip by half an hour.
The bridge opens a stunning view over the landscape bellow with every new step. This is an amazing experience if you are not afraid of height.
The bridge is open daily from 9 am till 4.30 pm during summer season. At some special holidays you can also experience an evening crossing. The bridge is closed for the winter period, from October till May.
According to rove.me