If Switzerland has taught me anything, it is to stop being afraid of heights. Well, to be precise – I never had a fear of heights, I only had it when there was a perforated metal structure under my feet, through which I could see below me. So I didn’t mind climbing the wooden lookout tower, but I had a problem with the metal one. But cherish your phobias when Switzerland offers so many incredible suspension bridges and walkways that you would regret not crossing for the rest of your life! And so, over time, I’ve gotten over myself and in today’s post I bring you a rundown of the most interesting suspension bridges and walkways in Switzerland. Since it’s not in my power to be everywhere, I once again asked my followers to share their photos and experiences. For which I thank them very much!
Map of suspension bridges and walks in Switzerland
There are 158 suspension bridges and footbridges in Switzerland – you can find a complete list of them here. In this article, I’ve put together a list of the bridges we’ve visited ourselves or that my followers have visited. As you can see from the map, most of them are located in the cantons of Bern and Wallis.