The Scariest Bridge In Utah Will Make Your Stomach Drop

Utah definitely has some white-knuckle canyons, with twists, turns and steep drop-offs. But, we have very few really scary bridges. Here’s one that might make you weak in the knees – especially if you’re afraid of heights.

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It’s hard to get an idea of just how far down it is on either side of this bridge. Take a look at this video posted on YouTube by Dave Clark. It’s a little shaky, but you’ll see some good shots of the ravine below the bridge.

Have you driven across Hell’s Backbone Bridge? When I did it, I was a little nervous…how about you?