A walk to Remember

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If you are an adventure lover and have dreamt of getting a birds-eye view of places, these suspension bridges from across the world should be on your bucket-list


This bridge is built in the Iya Valley, at the Mt. Tsurugi Quasi-National Park, Japan. It is one of the rarest suspension bridges in  Japan and is constructed of vines that are supported on each end by giant cedar trees.

Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge

Connecting mainland Ireland and the small rock outcropping known as Carrickarede, this bridge has been in use for hundreds of years, allowing local fishermen to reach the secluded waters around the island.


The world’s highest glass-bottomed suspension bridge, it offers a way to enjoy a panoramic view of the stunning Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon, China.

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