The Cesana Claviere Tibetan Bridge is the longest suspended bridge in the world, 478m, at an height of about 30m from the ground. The route through the Gorge of San Gervasio is formed by the succession of three bridges in cables. The path starts with the first bridge (70m) that crosses the Gorge perpendicularly to its course, later it grafts on the main bridge, that from this point onwards in the longitudinal direction follows the course of the Gorges of San Gervasio at a height of 30 meters. At the end of the second bridge, a path leads to the third and final bridge, 90 meters long and 90 meters high from the ground. As an alternative to the path you can reach the third bridge with the via ferrata.
Tibetan Bridge: 1.30h – Via ferrata: 1h