10 Most Deadly Bridges On The Planet. (For Adventurers Only!!)

Last Updated on January 7, 2021

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Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada

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Canada has one of the best hiking trails for people who enjoy packing their trekking backpacks and go for hiking trips. But it also has one of the scariest bridges on the planet that you definitely need to check.

Located in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the Capilano Suspension Bridge is just beautifully located next to the top of some very tall trees. And for a more thrilling experience, the bridge hangs over the Capitano River too.

The bridge was built in 1889 and witnessed renovation later by replacing hemp and wooden planks with metal. However, there have been many incidents on the bridge including a student who took LSD falling off the bridge, and a woman who allegedly threw her daughter off the bridge.

Puente De Ojuela, Mexico


Many online travel agents try to provide their best Mexico visits offers for citizens of the US; since Mexico is one of Americans’ favorite travel destinations. So in case you happened to be traveling across the country, you may want to go for an adventure in Puente De Ojuela, Mexico.

The bridge may not look like something anyone should walk on; however, it can give you a thrilling experience. It spans for 271.5 meters and was built in the 19th century, but an engineer that goes by the name Santiago Minguín helped to make the bridge safer than its initial state. So why not to add it to your trip across Mexico?

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Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland

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Who wouldn’t run some website booking for a beautiful little rope bridge located in the quiet and picturesque countryside of Northern Ireland? This cute 66 feet (20 meters) bridge can manage to scare you off; especially that it stands 30 meters above the rocks.

Another reason why this bridge is worth the visit is the beautiful pictures you’ll be able to take with your smartphone from the bridge and the surrounding area.

However, if you are joining a big number of people for a visit to the bridge, beware that there is a maximum number of people who should be on it at the same time.



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