Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Courage Test at the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Adrenaline when traveling is not always done by doing extreme activities like bungee-jumping or flying fox. You can take the test of courage by crossing a bridge mine in Northern Ireland.

The bridge is named Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge or Bridge Mine Carrick-a-Rede. It is a suspension bridge that connects the main island with tiny islands, the island of Carrick.

The bridge consists of two pieces of mine to grip when crossing the long bridge with a width of two meters only one adult size only. Formerly, this bridge is a means for Irish fishermen to catch salmon in waters approximately Carrick Island.

Cross the bridge is quite stressful as strong as if not bear your weight. But do not worry because the bridge is designed so it is safe for visitors.

After crossing the bridge, visitors will arrive at Carrick Island, where visitors can enjoy stunning views towards seamless Rathlin Island and Scotland.

Bridges mine is one of the main attractions in Ireland which attracts up to 247,000 tourists each year visit.

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