Gibraltar installing ‘wow factor’ suspension bridge

The new tourist attraction is expected to be ready by end of March

Workers assembling the bridge across a 50-metre-deep gorge at Anglian Way

By Oliver McIntyre

THRILL-seekers will soon have a new reason to visit Gibraltar, where work is currently underway on the installation of a 71-metre-long suspension bridge across a 50-metre-deep gorge at Anglian Way in the Upper Rock.

The high-flying footbridge is expected to serve as a new attraction in the government’s ongoing push to promote sustainable tourism in the Upper Rock, where it has undertaken refurbishment of walking trails and heritage sites.

“This will complement the innovative Nature Lover, History Buff, Let’s Go Ape and Thrill Seeker trails, marketed as part of a concerted drive to rebrand the Upper Rock and upgrade tourist infrastructure,” said the government.

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