Morzine Suspension Bridge
This is the bridge that connect the two sides of the valley in French ski resort, Morzine. Its quite a rickety bridge. When ever anyone walked on it, everything would bounce up and down. Video of the trip here: http://www.digitalanthill.com/went-big-went-home/
Copyright: Rob Antill
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Uploaded: 09/07/2012
Updated: 26/08/2014


Tags: morzine; avoriaz; alps; france; tricks; mountain; 360; 180; the stash; powder; bridge; bouncy; unsafe; connection; valley; cable car; snow
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