There’s a beautiful allure between nature and pedestrian bridges. Give me a trail with a rich, green canopy overhead and an occasional long-range vista plus a few bridges and I’m all in for the adventure. But what about swinging bridges? The kind that sway in the breeze as you move across them. The kind that are held in place, mostly, by ropes or heavy-gauge wires? Are you up for crossing a swinging bridge on a trail?

Let’s take a look at three of them that are found right here in the Palmetto State:

Bridges and trails go hand in hand, don’t they? Do you have what it takes to tackle all three of these swinging bridges in South Carolina? Know of others found along hiking trails in our state? Let us know about them here.

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