It´s the longest rope bridge in Germany and it´s quite impressive to walk on it because it feels a bit unstable. It moves the whole time but it´s dimensioned for 50 tons and 220km/h fast wind, so don´t be afraid. ;-)
You have to leave your car at the visitor centre in the village of Mörsdorf and walk about 2km to the bridge, but there are enough signs leading the way.
The bridge is pretty new, so don't be confused if Google Maps isn't showing it via satellite view.
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