Swiss alps pedestrian bridge

The Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge, in the Swiss Alps, near the village of Randa, is a record-breaking 494 metres long and connects Grächen and Zermatt on the Europaweg foot trail.

Right now, january 2018, this is the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the world.

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– Length: 494 m
– Height above ground: 85 m
– Width: 65 cm

Access to the bridge
– By foot from Randa: 2-2.5 hours
– By foot from Grächen: 6-7 hours
– By foot from Zermatt: 6-7 hours

Open from April until November, access is free.




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