World's Scariest Bridges
Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com
Sidu River Bridge, China
When this bridge opened in November 2009, it was the world’s highest bridge, rising more than 1,500 feet in the air. The span is so high that Shanghai’s Oriental Pearl Tower could fit underneath it.
Where: High above a river gorge in China’s Hubei Province
Stats: There are 1,550 feet from the bridge’s roadway to the valley floor.