Ruyi Glass Footbridge

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Ruyi Glass Footbridge
如意桥
Danzhuxiang, Zhejiang, China
(459) feet high / (140) meters high
(328) foot span / (100) meter span
2020

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The Ruyi Glass Footbridge became a media sensation when it was completed in 2020. One of more than 100 glass bridges that have been built in China since 2016, the Ruyi crossing is unique for having a split level design with a series of stair waves that mimic some of China's famous, ancient stone hump bridges.

Located within the Xianju Jingxing Cliff Scenic Area in Zhejiang Province, the Ruyi Glass Footbridge is one of several high footbridges within the park including the Shenxianju Footbridge.

Two ropeways allow easy access to many kilometers of trails and towering cliffwalks.


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Another smaller footbridge with a hump truss design.


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Ruyi Glass Footbridge satellite image.


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Ruyi Glass Footbridge location map.


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A map showing the Xianju Jingxing Cliff Scenic Area with the north and south ropeways visible.


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