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The bridge allows direct access from Fürgangen to Mühlebach village and the location of the bridge is lovely. If you are in the region then this is a nice place to make a short stop to have a nice walk. You can walk the bridge...More
My boyfriend and I visited Switzerland in December and knew we were not going to leave until we found this bridge. Driving throughout Switzerland in the middle of the winter alone is an amazing adventure. But the pictures of this bridge do not do it...More
We had some time to kill and this bridge was near so we went.
It is located in a very pretty little Town Ernen.
The short walk to and from the bridge is very nice and the bridge itself is good fun!
Despite the good...More
Staying in Blitzingen, we passed this bridge on the train a few times before deciding that we simply had to walk it. What a fantastic structure, and a true experience to walk over it. We disembarked the train, walked across the bridge and up to...More
We firsy came upon this bridge at night with a full moon. And we will never forget the view up and down the valley from the middle of the bridge. The way was clearly marked also at night and even though there was snow it...More
Hello good location to see at a glance a bridge like this. Most of the time easy space for parking and in a few minutes you are at the bridge. Also for people wo not can walk well is this accessible. There is a small...More
We stopped on the way from the East to Furka Pass. Along the road right before the turn off to Bellwald, there is now parking and a small bistro - look for Bridge Bistro. They are still doing some landscaping so it must be very...More
The bridge is nowhere near Ernen.!! The easiest way to find it is driving up/down the 19. If driving towards Brig (a few minutes after Niederwald), it is just after a petrol station on the left. If coming away from Brig ( after Fiesch) look...More