The Top 20 most dangerous bridges in the world

These dangerous bridges are so freaky you’ll hope you never got to cross them, unless in fact, you’re a daredevil and that they become a part of your next planned stunt. We’ve compiled an inventory of the world’s most dangerous bridges.
World-class engineers designed some of these bridges while locals constructed the others using materials found in nature. Read on to find out which bridges are the most dangerous in the entire world.

Deception Pass Bridge, Washington State

This foggy bridge which is 180 feet above the water would definitely be terrifying to walk across. The two bridges connect Whidbey Island and Fidalgo Island. Prior to the formation of the two bridges, the only way to reach the islands was by ferry. In the early 1900’s locals had to travel with their horse-and-buggy using an unscheduled ferry to cross from Fidalgo Island to Whidbey Island. In order to call the ferry, they would bang a saw with a drumstick and then sit and wait for the ferry to arrive.

The bridge is one of the scenic wonders of the Pacific Northwest. I hope that the ferry ride is still available because I’m not sure I would want to take the bridge…