31 inches wide. 9,800 feet up. That's a bridge

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31 Inches Wide. 9,800 Feet Up. That's A Bridge


Afraid of heights? Then you may want to avoid this brand new suspension bridge on your next vacation. It's called Peak Walk at the Glacier 3,000 Resort in the Swiss Alps, and it's the world's first suspension bridge to ever connect two mountain peaks.

Up to 300 people at a time can venture across the 351 foot long, 31 inch wide walkway that's situated 9,800 feet above sea level. The $1.9 million bridge was designed to survive the extreme elements in the alps.

During the winter months it's not uncommon for the area to be hit with heavy snow, and winds of more than 120 miles per hour.

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