Q’eswachaka, also known as Keshwa Chaca, is one of the last remaining examples of Incan handwoven bridges that were once common in the Incan road system. Located in Peru, this bridge is made from woven grass and hands 60 feet above the canyon below.
[@forestemerald] Emerald produces a hat made out of woven grass. "Do you like it? I made this without using my powers."