The World’s Longest Skywalk Set to Open in the Czech Republic
A record-breaking suspension bridge will be opened on 13th May in the northeast of the Czech Republic between the crests of the Kralicky Snezník mountain, offering spectacular views to hikers.

The Skybridge 721 is now the world’s longest suspension bridge, spanning 721 meters between two mountain ridges. Located near the holiday resort of Dolní Morava and crossing the Mlynicke udolí valley at the height of 95 meters, the bridge’s formal inauguration is planned for May 13 – just in time for the hiking season.

The bridge was built near the Skywalk, a 55-meter-high viewing platform from where you can slide back down on a slide that runs for about 100 meters.The winter sports and hiking resort of Dolní Morava is located around 200 kilometers east of Prague, close to the Polish border.

Until now, the world’s longest suspension bridge for pedestrians has been located near the Portuguese town of Arouca. It measures 516 meters and hangs 176 meters above the ground.

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