Home Archives Chitral’s longest suspension bridge

Chitral’s longest suspension bridge

48 second read
0
0
119

by Karim Ullah

The Khor bridge: Perhaps, one of the longest suspension bridges in the region, the 1,200ft bridge was built in 1999 by the Sarhad Rural Support Programme (SRSP) with the financial assistance of Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF) which connects four mountainous villages in remote Sheshi Khor valley. Earlier people of the surrounding four valleys used to cross the river through pully-trolly chairlift.

Also see: 7An90qDkcQugaXXI$t8ah$Mu

Load More Related Articles
Load More By thehighasia
Load More In Archives

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Check Also

Breaking the class ceiling: New books challenge the meritocracy trap

by TIM STRANGLEMAN Neither faith in, nor critiques of the idea of meritocracy is new. Mich…