Peak Walk By Tissot Bridge Connects Two Swiss Mountain Peaks
The Peak Walk by Tissot is the only suspension bridge in the world that connects two Swiss mountain peaks
11 Aug 2019

Even though Switzerland is considered a winter destination, there are amazing attractions you can visit all year round. One of them is Peak Walk by Tissot, operated by Glacier 3000.

Open all year round, Peak Walk by Tissot
Open all year round, Peak Walk by Tissot

The Peak Walk by Tissot is the only suspension bridge in the world that connects two Swiss mountain peaks. As you cross, views of the mountains you can enjoy from the bridge include Mont Blanc (the highest point of the Alps), the Matterhorn, Mönch, Jungfrau, and the Eiger. Dare to try to cross? The bridge is also open all year round, hot or cold.

This bridge is located in the Diablerets of the Bernese Mountains, and connects the peaks of the Scox Rouge with other peaks. The bridge, which was built by the Seiler AG company, has a length of 107 meters, a width of 0.8 meters and a height of 1.2 meters, with a slope of 15%. Peak Walk was built as a tourist attraction in Europe, and costs around 26 billion Rupiah (1.8 million Swiss Francs). The bridge can accommodate up to three hundred people at a time, and has a partial glass floor that allows visitors to fully enjoy the view.

Peak Walk by Tissot on a summer day
Peak Walk by Tissot on a summer day

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