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Hanging Bridge Of Ghasa (Nepal)

Although it seems intimidating, the breath-taking bridge serves as a primary mode of transit for the village’s residents. The bridge was created to carry people and livestock, and it is often used by shepherds and their flocks.

Hanging Bridge Of Ghasa (Nepal)

Image by John Pavelka/ Flickr

The bridge spans a river valley at a great height, yet it is exceedingly thin. Additionally, wind gusts are a common occurrence in the region. However, although the locals are used to the bridge, many visitors aren’t so sure, citing its precarious appearance. Although it seems flimsy and shaky, the high rails provide a measure of security.