We came across the Tibetan Bridge by chance as the formal entrance is on the other (far) side.
I don’t get a lot correct these days, but I think I scored on this one. We were hiking in Els Plans, Andorra. After cresting a mountain, I headed down the other side. Without expecting too much excitement, I continued toward the valley, besides mountains and forests of trees. I walked at a leisurely pace with the intention of turning around soon thereafter. We were coming off some tough hikes, both suffering from illness and injury, respectively. Suddenly, I did a double-take. Across from me, in fact, a matter of a hundred yards was the beginning of a suspension bridge. We later ascertained that it is 2,000 yards in extent and the second longest in the world. It really is a wow. One could not help but gaze in wonder at this engineering marvel.
Weather was superb, complementing the sights.
The main road through the country with Spain and France on either end.
Various sights as we ascend and face toward where we commenced.
Tibetan Bridge from above on a much tougher, higher hike.
Jen, el tour guide, leads the mob which commenced from the other side, after taking a shuttle up to the entrance.