Take A Scenic Stroll On the Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge

The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge in Switzerland

Looking like the narrow, rickety bridge in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, this bridge presents an adrenaline rush for those brave enough to traverse it. Your reward is an amazing 360-degree view of the Swiss Alps, plus a gut wrenching view below you, as you stand 300 feet above the valley below. The Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge claims the title as the world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge. Constructed by the group Swissrope in just ten weeks, the bridge links two sections of the trail between Grächen and Zermatt.

The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge in SwitzerlandThe world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge in Switzerland

The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge in Switzerland

Perched 300 feet up, this bridge is not for those afraid of heights

The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge in Switzerland

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The new bridge is only two feet wide, requiring a single file approach

The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge in Switzerland

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