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Rope Bridges of the World

A cache by Robert & Judit Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 2/14/2003
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1 out of 5
Terrain:
3 out of 5

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Rope bridges have no pillars. They usually span over gorges or clefts in high mountains of the world.
They are made of only ropes or cables with (or without) wooden planks and are spanned between the cliffs.



This rope-bridge is swinging at 3050m above sea level in the Italian Dolomites nearby Cortina d’Ampezzo. The Dibona Via Ferrata trail leads through on the 27m long bridge.
This is a copy of the bridge from the Cliffhanger movie which has been shot in this mountains.


Your task is to find an exciting rope-bridge and take a picture of it. You have to walk through on the bridge, if you can't your log will be not accepted. On one of the photos your GPSr and the bridge have to be visible, both on the same photo.
Of course you have to record the coordinates as well.


Only permanent rope (cable) bridges without any pillars will be accepted, suitable for pedestrian traffic only. Temporary bridges, such as that put together for a weekend Boy Scout event, do not count.
You can place your non-rope (suspension) bridges at their proper cache sites.


Let’s go for adventure!


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