Bike Touring Highlight
The Fürgangs-Mühlebach suspension bridge, also called "Goms Bridge", was originally built to offer hikers an alternative to walking through the Lamma Gorge. This was very difficult to maintain, because landslides occurred repeatedly in steep terrain. Today the "Goms Bridge", which crosses the wild Rhone at a height of 92 meters, is also a tourist attraction. - For safety reasons, however, cyclists are encouraged to dismount and push the bike.
March 13, 2020
The suspension bridge between Fürgangs (Bellwald) and Mühlebach (Ernen), open all year round, creates the connection over the Lamma at 280 meters. Thanks to a width of 140cm, the bridge can also be passed by bike. However, the wheel must be pushed on the bridge. The view in the Rotten (Rhone), which is 92 meters below and surrounded by fir trees, is absolutely spectacular.
May 31, 2020
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