From glass to wood, these bridges are built for both transport and to frighten you. Give a look at some of these breathless pedestrian walkways and suspension bridges round the world.

  • Titlis

Titlis Cliff Walk, Engelberg, Switzerland.

This stressful pedestrian path is made 10,000 feet higher than sea level within the Swiss Alps, creating it the as the highest suspension bridge in Europe. It is a 320 feet long and solely 3 feet wide.

Glass-bottomed bridge China, Tianmenshan National Forest Park.

  • Glass

The world's longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge engineered on top of a canyon is 1,230 feet long and 984 feet high. To stop vibration on the bridge, big glass balls inserted into the ground.

Glass Suspension Bridge, Zhengzhou, China

  • Glass

This Bridge is known as The Brave men’s bridge. It situated at the Fuxishan tourism resort in Henan Province. It is 1,410 feet long, twenty feet wide and 984 feet higher than the ravine floor.

Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, Canada

  • Capilano

This Capilano Suspension bridge first built in 1899 and again rebuilt in 1956 crossing the Capilano River. The length of this is 460 feet and 230 feet above the river.

Carrick-a-rede Bridge, Northern Ireland

  • Carrick

This more popular rope bridge close to Ballintoy in County Antrim is sixty-six feet long and is above 98 feet from the ground level.