If you are someone like me, who is terrified of heights, then it’s safe to say that you too hate crossing high bridges made out of wooden planks, especially those with huge gaps in between them.
These type of bridges are fairly common in the Northern areas of Pakistan. They might be a fairly routine matter for the locals, but for people like you and me, they just might be something else.
It goes without saying that traversing over such a tumultuous terrain is bound to be dangerous.
If you wanted to see some of the most dangerous bridges in Pakistan, then you’ve come to the right place.
Lets take a look at some of them:
Tarzan Bridge (Naran)
Hussaini Bridge (Hunza Valley)
Danyore Bridge (Gilgit-Baltistan)
Deosai Bridge (Skardu)
Wired Bridge (Swat Valley)
Alam Bridge (Links Gilgit to Baltistan region)
Ghizer River Bridge (Gilgit-Baltistan)
Via Tariq Deenah
Kunhar River Bridge (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa)
Hanging Bridge Near Skardu
Have you seen more dangerous bridges than these in Pakistan? Let us know in the comments section.