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Are you interested to go on holiday tour for getting highly thrilled experience of a long walkway between two cliffs and if you walk through the bridge successfully, you will surely get rid of Acrophobia (fear of heights) permanently ...!!!! If you are interested, you must think about this place in the world....It's indeed an amazing experience to have a glance at the snaps and imagine an experience of a thrill with tremendous positive energy to conquer your fear of heights....!!!
The above picture shows Gyandi - Kusma Suspension Bridge that lies at Gyandi (place of Parbat). This bridge is situated at the highest place of Nepal connects Gyandi and Kusma, two cliffs separated by Modi river situated in Parbat district of Western Nepal. The Gyandi - Kushma bridge is considered to be one of the highest suspension bridges in Nepal with height of 135 meters. It is one of the longest bridge with length of 344 meters. It reduces a tough 1-2 hours walk to about 5 minutes. The bridge has just been completed and is in regular use now. Many people cling to the safety wall of bridge due to the height and length, in fear.
344 meters in length !!! That’s a really long distance for a suspension bridge. It would be a lovely experience to peep down from the bridge. The bridge looks really terrific one. I guess the most horrifying moment would be standing in the middle of the bridge and somebody shaking the bridge from other side. OMG....!!!
Nepal's one of highest suspension bridges, Kushma-Gyandi in Parbat, had been set for the Kushma-Gyandi Suspension Bridge Festival. The festival was organised in view of the Nepal Tourism in 2011. Plans are underway to start 'Bungee Jumping' at the bridge. Woww...!!!
Friends, there is one more Chandani-Dodhara suspension bridge in Kanchanpur District, Nepal. In fact, It is claimed to be the longest bridge (1,456 meters) in the world. Interesting, isn't it ??? As we know, if 344 meters in length is this much exciting to watch, just imagine the length of 1,456 meters long walkway without any solid support.....hmmm....quite scary, no...???
Anyways, Caption and description gives different views, but as far as I know both the bridges are equally horrifying as well as awesome sites because of its uniqueness that it lacks support in the middle of the bridge....!!!
I wish to stand in the middle of the bridge and feel the gentle breeze on a wonderful swing… Ahhhhh!!!!
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