Are you looking for an adventure of a lifetime, something that will get your adrenaline pumping? You’re in for a treat when you visit the world’s longest Tibetan Bridge which can be found in Piedmont, Italy. One bridge suspended high above the San Gervasio Gorge is almost 470 meters or 1,540 feet high. The bridge you will walk on is suspended with four ropes, and has 1,440 steel steps. This scary feat connects the Cesana Torinese to Claviere.
If you’re afraid of heights, you can be a little less scared when you find out that you’ll be secured with a safety harness while you walk on this bridge.
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