the “Europabruecke” – world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge, with a length of 494 metres opened on the weekend in Randa, Switzerland.
The suspension bridge hangs 85 metres above the Grabengufer ravine, which sits at the foot of one of the the highest mountains in Switzerland, the Dom (4545 metres).
This is a record 1620 feet in length and at the highest point of 278 feet in height. Below is the Grabenhufer ravine, an area at the foot of the highest mountain in Switzerland – House – an altitude of 14,911 feet. The bridge is part of the pedestrian route between the cities of Zermatt and Grachen and includes views of the legendary Matterhorn.