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Niouc suspension footbridge

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The Niouc suspension footbridge is one of the highest in Europe at 190 metres. Spanning the Val d’Anniviers, it is also known as the “Spider’s bridge” thanks to its network of metal cables suggesting a spider’s web. Constructed in 1922 to carry water across the valley through a pipe, the bridge is now used for bungy jumps. For 5 francs, hikers with a good head for heights can enjoy a crossing that will take their breath away.

Height: 190m
Length: 200m
Accessible by car: Yes (10min)

Coordinates

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46.264032, 7.556362
DMS
46°15'50.5"N 7°33'22.9"E
UTM
32T 388749 5124396
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

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