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The World’s Most Thrilling Pedestrian Suspension Bridges

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The World’s Most Thrilling Pedestrian Suspension Bridges

Whether made out of steel, rope, wood, concrete, or glass, the natural rocking a pedestrian suspension bridge experiences with a big gust of wind, or a group of devilish tricksters jumping up and down on it, can shake the steadiest of nerves.

It’s a long way down as the bridge swings. Anyone with a good head for heights, and even those who avoid them at all costs know there’s a big difference between crossing a massive suspension bridge built for cars and trains, and one built for pedestrians. Depending on how you feel about heights (or more accurately, falling from them), this list of dizziness-inducing pedestrian suspension bridges will either give you a tingling thrill or make you want to curl up in the fetal position and go home.

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