Meshginshahr is one of the Ardabil province cities with its pristine nature and cool climate. Many tourists travel to this area every year because of the historic and natural attractions as well as water therapy to experience both the pleasurable journey and the attractions of the city.
One of the attractions of this city is the Meshginshahr suspended bridge. Meshginshahr Suspended Bridge with 2 m wide and 365 m long, in height of 80m cross the Khiav River and Meshginshahr Forest Park, it’s also known as one of the largest suspension bridges in the Middle East.
On the other side of the valley, there is a zip-line and you can return to the other side of the bridge. The bridge provides a 360-degree view of birds for tourists to view the beautiful scenery of Sabalan slopes from a height of 80 meters.
If you step on this suspended bridge and trust this structure, you can find yourself in the midst of a lush valley which a river flow through it.
Walking across the bridge through the narrow crevices beneath your feet you can see the green of the valley; the peak of excitement crossing the bridge is the glass part of it.
As you go through it, you can experience an unforgettable thrill and enjoy the view below your feet. Suspended Bridge in Meshginshahr is part of a tourism complex called the Khiyaw Tagirduli Tourism area, also known as Noor Sabalan.
This complex is the largest project and tourism area of Ardebil province, which includes accommodation suites, a boutique restaurant, catering halls, air sports and ballooning, amusement and handicraft markets, and various other amenities.
The knowledge of this bridge construction is endemic and practiced by local experts and engineers. The idea for this bridge was put forward by engineer Ganj-Ali beig, who inspired by the Capilano suspension bridge of Vancouver to design the bridge and create such a masterpiece.
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