The Tibetan Bridge, Claviere, Italy
Walk on the longest Tibetan Bridge in the world above the stunning Italian countryside. As a walking bridge with spaced steps, this bridge is not for the faint of heart. Once you start walking across this bridge, suspended over 30 meters (100 feet) above rocky terrain, make sure you will be able to finish the journey. For lovers of nature and adventure, its a definite item for your bucket list. The scenery from the bridge includes lush greenery, waterfalls, wildlife and flowing streams, all from a spectacular aerial view.
The bridge is suspended over the San Gervasio Gorge (Val di Susa) for almost 470 meters (1,540 feet) and in some places is almost 100 meters (330 feet) deep. The bridge has four ropes and a total of 1440 steel steps. There are a set of three bridges throughout the gorge that go between the towns of Claviere and Cesana Torinese in Italy. A way to travel the Italian countryside in an exciting and novel way.