Highline197 – Longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the world
Highline197 - Longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the world
The bridge connecting the ruins of 700-year-old Castle Ehrenberg with the remains of the 17th-century Roman fortress Claudia — Crossing the B179, from which the bridge takes its name, Highline179 took 206 days to construct but in reality has been 16 years in the making.
Height of the bridge: 114,60 metres Length of the bridge: 406 metres Path width: 1,2 metres Bridge supported: by 4 supporting cables, each 60 mm diameter Safety: 8 rock anchors, each driven 17 metres into the ground Dead weight: 70 tonnes Bridge load: max. 500 people