Take a Terrifying Walk Along the 'World’s Longest Footbridge'

Would you brave this bridge?

ByGENEVIEVE SHAW BROWN
October 1, 2014, 1:58 PM
PHOTO: The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge, the SkyBridge, near Sochi, Russia.
The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge, the SkyBridge, near Sochi, Russia.
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— -- At more than 1,400 feet, it claims to be the longest suspension footbridge in the world.

Combine that with a height of almost 680 feet off the ground, and visitors are in for one terrifying walk.

Oh, and there's a bungee jump in the middle!

Russia's recently-opened SkyBridge stretches above the Krasnaya Polyana valley.

Americans know the area as Sochi, host city of the most recent Winter Olympics.

PHOTO: The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge, the SkyBridge, near Sochi, Russia.
The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge, the SkyBridge, near Sochi, Russia.
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Extreme sports fans can speed along a zip line more than 500 feet high. Known as the Trollwire, riders are strapped to a zip wire horizontally side by side and reaches speeds of 70 mph.

PHOTO: The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge, the SkyBridge, near Sochi, Russia.
The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge, the SkyBridge, near Sochi, Russia.
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There's no age or weight requirement for walking the bridge. It's built to "withstand a 9-magnitude earthquake, hurricane wind, rain, snow and ice at one time," according to its web site.

It can take up to 30,000 people at a time.

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