The Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge in Switzerland is the longest pedestrian hanging bridge in the world. It hangs 279 feet above the ground stretching 1,621 feet across the Swiss Alps.
By Walking across the bridge can cut down the travel time in the valley from four hours to 10 minutes.
Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge was opened to the public in August 2017 and was built to replace an older bridge damaged by falling rocks.
The bridge is part of a longer two-day hike that covers the Matterhorn, Weisshorn and Bernese Alps. A good news is that the bridge is open year round, so visitors can have the chance to travel across it at anytime.