The world’s longest suspension skywalk opened in the Czech Republic

After two years of construction, Sky Bridge 721 has opened in the Czech Republic, located between the crests of the Kralicky Snezník mountain.

Spanning 721 meters between two mountain ridges at the height of 95 meters and spanning 1.2 meters in width, the Sky Bridge 721 has opened on May 13 in Eastern Bohemia. The bridge leads from the Slaměnka Chalet to the side of Chlum Hill.

The entrance elevation is 1,125 meters high and exit ten meters higher. Throughout its 721 meters, visitors will reach its highest point at 95 meters above ground level (1,116 above sea level).

To build the bridge 1,030 cubic meters of concrete were used, resulting in a total weight of 405 tonnes. The total weight of the ropes reaches the 158 tonnes and the auxiliary structures one 20. The bridge is suspended by six main supporting ropes and sixty wind ropes of various diameters.

While walking, visitors will have a unique opportunity to learn about the local history through an educational trail called The Bridge of Time.

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