From the immense, dense forests to highest mountains, the world of our is full of highly dangerous places and bridges are considered to be one of the most dangerous places. Thanks to those who are making our life convenient by minimizing the gap between two edges. But what about those bridges that are not the hallmark of human invention. These are also being used to connect two mountains or areas, and the strange one is that these are not still in order. Here we are talking about the highly dangerous bridges in Pakistan.
Many reasons make these bridges in Pakistan very dangerous. Old construction, narrowness, poor material and many other factors make these bridges really dangerous. Still, in the 21st century where human beings have created beautiful and safe bridges, there are still dangerous bridges in Pakistan.
So, check out the list and decide at your own whether these are dangerous or not.
Hussaini Hanging Bridge, Upper Hunza
Alam Bridge, Galgit Baltistan
Tarzan Bridge, Naran
Astore Bridge, Gilgit Baltistan
Deosai Skardu Bridge
Hanging Bridge, Indus River Gorge Skardu
Buber Bridge, Buber Village Gilgit Baltistan
A Bridge over River Kunhar, near PTDC Motel Naran
Hanging Bridge, Kunhar River, Kaghan Valley
Bridge at Swat River
Chilas Bridge, Gilgit Baltistan
Danyore Suspension Bridge, Gilgit Baltistan
Braldu River Bridge
Wooden Bridge in Swat
Kunhar River Bridge, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Ghizer River Bridge, Gilgit Baltistan
Bridge to Ishkoman, Ghizer Valley
Dangali Bridge, Dadyal, Azad Kashmir
Ambor Bridge, Muzaffarabad
Suspension bridge over the Kunhar river
Sialkot Bridge, Sialkot