It is no wonder that mankind could carve the rocks and mountains to form the whole settlements. We humans have always known how to make our way, and these deadliest footpaths are a better example of this. We are talking about unusual and deadliest footpaths that men have made some are above deep waters, some dangling alongside the rocks, etc.
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- Have a look at the pics below of such dangerous pathways.
- 1. Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland
- 2. Bamboo Bridge, Arunachal Pradesh, Northeast India
- 3. This deadly bridge in Apolobamba Range, Bolivia
- 4. Footpath over Del ‘Mhlwazini River, South Africa
- 5. Rope Bridge in Imbabura, Ecuador
- 6. The bridge two villages in Indonesia
- 7. Barely-a-bridge at the peak in Huang Mountain China
- 8. The rope bridge in Askole, Pakistan
- 9. Suspension Bridge in Northern Pakistan
Have a look at the pics below of such dangerous pathways.
1. Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland
This rope bridge is a way to cross the valley in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
2. Bamboo Bridge, Arunachal Pradesh, Northeast India
This sure swirls your eyesight, when you walk at the bamboo suspension in Arunachal Pradesh.
3. This deadly bridge in Apolobamba Range, Bolivia
Why people made this “death path” we actually fail to understand. We are sure people only use this footpath in an emergency.
4. Footpath over Del ‘Mhlwazini River, South Africa
This sure looks surreal as the footpath isn’t at a great height above the level of the river.
5. Rope Bridge in Imbabura, Ecuador
Do you dare to walk on this bridge, where even the wooden planks are missing? We are not sure, either.
6. The bridge two villages in Indonesia
Even students here are pretty strong hearted. They cross this bridge every day in order to reach their school. This bridge is actually a suspension that connects two villages, the Suro village to Plempungan village in Boyolali in Central Java in Indonesia.
7. Barely-a-bridge at the peak in Huang Mountain China
This Bridge barely qualifies to be a bridge, since you have to trek the mountain with the help of a rope.
8. The rope bridge in Askole, Pakistan
This is a rope bridge which is kind of woven with ropes. This swinging path is too scary to walk steadily on it.
9. Suspension Bridge in Northern Pakistan
Another bridge hanging over Hunza river, Passu in Northern Pakistan.