Top 10 Most Dangerous Bridges In The World

The purpose of a bridge is to reduce the distance between any two roadways or railways. It is for sure that a bridge is constructed with solid steel, bricks and reliable materials so that its quality can be ensured. Still we can come across the information and name of a few bridges in the world which have been constructed dangerously. Such bridges are not at any cost saving to cross over from. Some of them are made from non reliable steels, while others are constructed with only two three rope and wood belts. The dangerous bridges are present in almost all the nations, but unfortunately not all of them can be ranked in the list. For considering the name of a bridge to enlist in the top 10 most dangerous bridges in the world, we have to take a look how much descending it is by construction and how much troubles the people find to cross it on a daily basis. So let’s check out;


10. Lake Pontchartrain Causeway Bridge

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It is situated in United States of America. It is not only a dangerous bridge but also one of the longest in the world. It has been constructed on two paralleled bridges which are joined together from their central and corner points.




9. Aiguille du Midi Bridge

Most Dangerous Bridges In The World - Aiguille du Midi Bridge

Aiguille du Midi Bridge is a famous French bridge and a very scaring indeed. This bridge is constructed at the summits of Aiguille du Midi, a small town in France. Crossing this bridge requires you to take a long breathe because its going to be a scaring experience.


8. Monkey Bridge

Most Dangerous Bridges In The World - Monkey Bridge

Monkey Bridge is situated above the rivers of Vietnam. It is said to be a quite difficult thing for the bridge crosser to keep up their heart beats, because it is so dangerous and scaring that it will definitely increase the level of your beats when you think of crossing it for reaching the other end of the river.


7. Trift Suspension Bridge

Most Dangerous Bridges In The World - Trift Suspension Bridge

Trift Suspension Bridge is not only a dangerous but also a beautiful bridge of Switzerland. This light weight bridge is constructed in the center of two very high and top ranging mountains. The passengers usually use this bridge rarely because of the safety and security reasons. But those who love to enjoy adventurous things in Switzerland never miss the chance of passing over it to have a wonderful and different experience.


6. Weinan Weihe Grand Bridge

Most Dangerous Bridges In The World - Weinan Weihe Grand Bridge

Weinan Weihe Grand Bridge is one of the famous and widely used bridges of China. Thus we can say that China is not only a famous city due to it’s the Great Wall of China but also due to Weinan Weihe Grand Bridge and many similar scaring bridges. Weinan Weihe Grand Bridge is a central connection point of the highways of Zhengzhou and Xian. Its construction is very well, but still its map is confusing enough to make the people feel tired and scary when they cross it.


5. Hussaini Hanging Bridge

Most Dangerous Bridges In The World - Hussaini Hanging Bridge

Hussaini Hanging Bridge is a dangerous bridge of Pakistan. It is actually a narrowly constructed bridge with very little suspensions to cross over from. It connects the Northern Pakistani areas to the Hunza Riverside. If you are a tourist in the Northern Pakistan and love to glimpse the beauty of Hanza Rivers then there would be no other way to reach there but Hussaini Hanging Bridge.


4. Rope Bridge

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He who succeeds in crossing this dangerous bridge safely is said to be a wise and brave person. This bridge is situated in Sri Lanka and connects the two cliff-points of a little village. Due to its poor construction and narrow pathway, this bridge has been stopped by the government to pass over from, but still some local individuals especially the children make it their way to reach the city roadside.


3. Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Most Dangerous Bridges In The World - Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a bridge of Northern Ireland’s. It is constructed at a height of 70 feet, exactly above the lava rocks of Antrim. This bridge, unfortunately, is constructed poorly but the people have no other way to reach the other side of the town, so willingly or unwillingly they are to cross this Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge at any cost for professional purposes and for reaching the city center to shop something for themselves.


2. Mackinac Bridge

Most Dangerous Bridges In The World - Mackinac Bridge

Mackinac Bridge is present in Michigan. It is a poor suspension situated on the lover and upper sides of Penninsulas town. Its length is said to be more than 200 feet, but it is not only a too high bridge but also a dangerous and scary one. It is said that the blood pressure and heart patients should not even take a look at the pictures or real life experience of this bridge because of the dangerous surrounding and its bad construction.


1. Seven Mile Bridge

Seven Mile Bridge

Seven Mile Bridge is a top ranked dangerous bridge situated in Florida, United States of America. It, from an appearance, does not seem to be much scaring, but when you start crossing this bridge, the chances are there that a terrible hurricane or storm might stop your way.

Although this bridge is constructed with high performance steel and reliable materials, but still the two ways it connects are the areas where the storms and hurricanes come every second day. It is a 70 fee high bridge and doubtlessly a deadly one for the heart patients to cross over from.



9 thoughts on “Top 10 Most Dangerous Bridges In The World

  1. Half of these made no sense. There are way to many typos to even want to read it. Needs attention in a major way you guys

    1. To creating a list is not easy, if you are thinking this list makes no sense than tell us why so that we can discuss about the facts.

  2. I find this site very interesting regardless of how factually accurate it may or may not be.Seriously though, the person writing these articles seems to lack even an eighth grade grammar education.
    Short of an English major we all make grammatical errors and typos but some of these articles have too many errors making it nearly unreadable.

  3. I thought this article was great! I appreciate your attempts to write in a language that may not be your mother tongue.

    P.s. Zac, you had a few typos of your own!

  4. Carrick-a-Rede rope brige in Northern Ireland goes from nowhere to nowhere. It was a bridge fishermen used to get to a rock to fish from. Now it’s only reason to exist is as a tourist attraction. It is also fastidiously maintained be the national trust.

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