You should really test your driving skills on this insane bridge that looks like it is leading motorists to nowhere. The swaying, the waves, and the powerful wind gusts can deprive your courage. What we are about to show you is one of the scariest bridges on earth which is also known as “the drunk bridge” by locals.
This is the Storseisundet Bridge in Norway, which connects the border between Eide Municipality and Averøya Municipality. OMG! It looks like it is leading motorist to nowhere.
In 2011, Daily Mail described the bridge as “The road to nowhere”.
This bridge is the longest of the eight bridges that make up the Atlanterhavsveien (also known as The Atlantic Ocean Road), the road connection from the mainland Romsdal peninsula to the island of Averøya in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway.
The bridge is 850 ft (260 meters) long and with a maximum clearance to the sea of 75 ft (23 meters). In bad weather, vehicles are whipped by huge waves and lashed by powerful wind gusts. Motorists will be able to see huge waves send water roaring over barricades or the rocky shore.
Photo source: neotraveltips.com
The breath-taking scenery and “The road to nowhere” have lured thousands of visitors and motorists to the oceanfront route every year.
It appears that motorists are driving up to the bridge and then will be dropped off into the sea but actually it’s just an optical illusion. It is leading you to and from the beautiful island of Averoy. Although you know it is just an illusion, do you think you are still up for a little drive? If you don’t get amazed by this bridge, try your nerves on the most insane bridge in Japan.
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