The World’s Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge Just Opened in Switzerland

Switzerland’s beautiful, scenic Grabengufer Valley takes a good three hours to explore. For those people who don’t have the time, there’s another alternative: A suspension bridge which takes ten minutes to walk across, and you can walk on air, and it stretches between two mountainous shoulders. While walking, you can look down and see the precipice below. This isn’t the first tall suspension bridge built in Europe. There’s the Europabrücke (specifically built to replace another bridge destroyed by falling rocks, and was designed to prevent swaying back and forth), Germany’s Titan-RT bridge, and Russia’s SkyPark bridge. This bridge in Switzerland is aptly named the Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge.

The World’s Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge Just Opened in Switzerland