This bridge totally gives me the creeps! Would you dare walk across it?!


In the Wood River Valley of Idaho you'll find the Sheep Bridge where thousands of sheep have been herded across the river. This bridge dangles 30 feet above Big Wood River and taking a tumble means it's probably over.


The bridge was originally built in 1965 and was first used to connect market ready sheep with eastbound trains. They haven't done a lot with it since, which is why it's so rickety!


Unfortunately one of the cables snapped last year so you can't currently walk across it, but the BLM is hoping to have it back up and running for the dare-devils this spring.