We've scoured the Earth to find the most crazy, strange, and ancient structures that'll get you where you need to be in the most awesomely weird ways possible. From Indiana Jones-esque rope bridges and structures modeled after a double helix, to spans that traverse miles of sea, these bridges are wilder than Beau.
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The Trift Suspension Bridge is the longest pedestrian-only bridge in the Alps in Switzerland, measuring in at 100 meters high and 170 meters long.
What does it feel like to take a stroll 700 meters above sea level in the canopy of a rainforest? Walk the Pulau Langkawi’s Suspended Bridge in Kedah, Malaysia to find out.
Constructed in 1870, the Old Bridge of Konitsa in Epirus, Greece has a bell underneath it that chimes whenever wind speeds are too high to pass. So maybe turn down that Alter Bridge album when crossing.
Experience adventure... in Canada (?), as you walk over the 70 meter-high Capilano Suspension Bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Puente de Ojuela in Durango, Mexico was designed by the Roebling brothers, who also designed the Brooklyn Bridge... before designing bridges was cool.
You may remember Florida's Seven Mile Bridge being blown to bits in the Schwarzenegger blockbuster True Lies, which was totally cool with everyone because anything goes in the Florida Keys.
The Khaju Bridge in Isfahan, Iran does triple duty; serving as a method to cross the Zayandeh River, a facility for public meetings, and a dam. Suck it, natural water flow!
Page, Arizona's Navajo Bridge measures in at 254 meters long, with a max height of 142 meters from the canyon floor, or 465 feet. That's Snoop Lion high.
This Temple of Doom-esque pedestrian bridge is Canopy Walk in the Central Region of Ghana, located at the only park in Africa with a canopy walkway connecting several tree tops to one another.
The Rolling Bridge in London, England doesn't actually roll, it curves using eight hydraulic triangular-hinged sections to form a passable pedestrian walkway.
Like the ex-NBA star biblical prophet, the Moses Bridge parts a moat in The Netherlands. That's right. A moat. They do actually exist you know.
The 274 meter Henderson Waves Bridge in Telok Blangah Hill Park, Singapore has a wave-like form made up of curved steel ribs that alternately rise over and under its deck, so wave goodbye to that lunch.
The Infinity Bridge in Stockton-on-Tees, England won the Institution of Structural Engineers' Supreme Award for Structural Excellence in 2009. SUPREME CONSTRUCTION!!!
Banpo Bridge in Seoul, Korea is a double-decker span that features the Moonlight Rainbow Fountain, the Guinness record holder for world's longest bridge fountain.
Millau-Creissels, France's Millau Bridge is the tallest bridge in the world, clocking in at 343 meters high.
LEGO Bridge in Wuppertal, Germany is actually a concrete beam structure that was repainted in the style of the popular building block by street artist Martin Heuwold in 2011. Which is probably for the best given those things are plastic.
Literally play 'Ring Around the Rosie" on the circular Friendship Bridge in Nantan, Japan. Or just drive off of it, as you don't want to hold up traffic.
The Madgeburg Water Bridge in Magdeburg, Germany is the longest navigable aqueduct in the world, and was featured in the 2011 action-thriller Hanna.
Although it looks like a freaky spaceship, the Aiola Island Bridge in Graz, Austria includes a trendy bar, a coffee house, a sunbathing area, and an open-air theater.
No watch? No worries! Figure out the time of day just by walking across the Sundial Bridge in Redding, California.
The circular design of Nanpu Bridge was done purposefully in order to reduce the amount of land used in Shanghai, China.