The Terrifying Swinging Bridge In West Virginia That Will Make Your Stomach Drop

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.

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For more information about the tours offered at NROCKS, visit their website here.

Have you taken the Via Ferrata tours at Nelson Rocks? Would you like to? Feel free to comment below and join the discussion.

To learn more about West Virginia, check out this mountain hike that will give you inspiring views of The Mountain State.