The world's longest suspension bridge has opened in Switzerland

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At 494 meters in length and 86 meters over the ground at its most astounding point, the longest person on foot suspension connect on the planet has opened in the Swiss Alps close to the town of Randa.

Extending over a valley amongst Grächen and Zermatt, along the Europaweg foot trail (which sits between 1,600 meters and 2,200 meters above ocean level), explorers crossing the Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge can appreciate grand perspectives of some of Switzerland's most elevated pinnacles including the extremely popular Matterhorn, and additionally the Weisshorn and the Bernese Alps.

Thrill seekers crossing the scaffold can appreciate picturesque perspectives of some of Switzerland's most noteworthy pinnacles including the Matterhorn

Thrill seekers crossing the extension can appreciate beautiful perspectives of some of Switzerland's most elevated pinnacles including the Matterhorn

The extension takes around 10 minutes to walk, chopping down a roaming venture that already took up to four hours.

The Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge outperforms the length of the world's past longest glass-bottomed scaffold, uncovered a year ago in the Hunan area of southern China. The 430-meter connect, suspended 300 meters over China's Zhangjiajie Canyon, enables guests to peer down into the pit through glass boards.

Source : http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/switzerland/zermatt/articles/longest-pedestrian-suspension-bridge-opens-in-switzerland/

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