The Cesana Claviere Tibetan Bridge is the longest suspended bridge in the world, stretching 544 metres, at height of approximately 30 metres above the ground. It run through the San Gervasio gorge in a succession of three cable bridges. The route begins with the first bridge (70 metres long) which crosses from one side of the Gorge to the other, then connects with the main bridge.The route follows the course of the San Gervasio gorge at a height of 30 metres. At the end of the second bridge, a path leads to the third and final bridge, 90 metres long and 90 metres above the bottom of the gorge.
Journey time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Alternatively access the third bridge by taking the via ferrata.
Journey time: 2 hours 30minutes