Not for the faint of heart, the suspended walking bridge at Nelson Rocks spans a 200-foot gap 150 feet above the ground. Anybody who is ready for this type of high adventure in The Mountain State can cross the bridge as part of a longer via ferrata tour.
For more information about the tours offered at NROCKS, visit their website here.
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