Hussaini Suspension Bridge

Hussaini Suspension Bridge, Known as the most dangerous bridge in the world, the Hussaini Hanging Bridge is only one of many precarious rope bridges in Northern Pakistan.

Regular aspects of travel through this region include the rickety cable and plank bridges which cross Northern Pakistan’s mountain streams and rivers. Among these is the Hussaini Hanging Bridge, crossing Borit Lake in the Upper Hunza. This rope bridge is both long and poorly maintained. Many planks are missing, and strong winds shake the bridge as you cross it.  As of now, there is only one suspension bridge connecting the Hussaini Village with Zar abad (located across the Hunza River)

Despite its dangerous looks, however, the Hussaini is is a relatively safe bridge and has become one of the most sought after tourist attraction, with hikers testing their nerves as they carefully work their way across.