Nesang Bridge

Crossing the defiant Nesang Bridge

Located in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, India, the Nesang Bridge is a very challenging bridge. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.

It’s a single suspension bridge spanning the Sutlej River. It’s 86.67 m (284.34 ft) long. The area is prone to frequent landslides.

Its use is vehicular (one-lane) and carries a gravel road, running from Kinnaur Road, part of the National Highway-5 (NH 5), to the Buddhist Laprang Temple.
Pic: Anup Chaaras

 

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