3. Via Ferrate, Austria and Italy
This suspension bridge along Monte Cristallo’s Ivano Dibona route is one of the most famous and terrifying in the area. Frequently called “Cliff Hanger,” it is one of the longest in the area and certainly not for the faint of heart. Instead of using ladders to cross, adventurers now use steel cables, ropes and wooden footpaths. No wonder the route is called Via Ferrata, which means “Iron Street” in Italian.