20 Scariest Bridges You Wouldn’t Want To Cross

Did you know that the fear of bridges is called “gephyrophobia”? Even if you do not suffer from it, these hair-raising scariest bridges could be the best things to test your gutsy spirit…

The Ruyi Bridge, China

For a while people thought it was photoshopped, but the glass-bottomed curvy bridge is as real as it is cool.

Ruyi Bridge is a footbridge in Taizhou, Zhejiang China, made up of three bridges. It is a pedestrian bridge that was built to cross the Shenxianju Valley and it features a glass-bottomed walkway. The unusual curved walkways are designed to look like a Chinese ruyi.

The bridge is wavy and has three separate footpaths, portions of which have a glass bottom. The design has been described as three undulating bridges which are meant to blend in with the natural scenery. Madeleine Grey of The Sydney Morning Herald described the bridge’s appearance as a “mix between DNA strand and a futuristic Eye of Sauron.”

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The Aizhai suspension bridge in China

The Aizhai suspension bridge China

People walk on a sightseeing platform in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, China

It’s one of the scariest bridges in the world.

Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, China

The glass bridge at the Grand Canyon of Zhangjiajie National Forest Park

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Scary Glass Bridge in China

The Hussaini Bridge of Borit Lake in Pakistan is probably one of the world’s most dangerous bridges

Hussaini Bridge of Borit Lake in Pakistan

The Qeswachaka Bridge in Peru is an Inca rope bridge placed over canyons, gorges, and rivers

Hussaini Bridge Pakistan

Aiguille du Midi, Rhone-Alps, France

Aiguille du Midi

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The Storseisundbrua, Atlantic Highway, Norway

Craziest Bridges

Scariest Bridges

Glass Skywalk, Tianmenshan National Forest Park, China

Glass Skywalk

Glass Skywalk China

Royal Gorge Bridge, near Canon City, Colorado

Royal Gorge Bridge

Royal Gorge Bridge

Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia

Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia

Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge in Maryland spans over 4.3 miles and is one of the world’s longest continuous over-water steel structure