rope bridge

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Noun1.rope bridge - a bridge consisting of ropesrope bridge - a bridge consisting of ropes  
bridge, span - a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river or canal or railway etc.
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Charity manager Fred Pye with the Lord Mayor and Mayoress of Liverpool, Cllr Tony Concepcion and wife Ann, with children from Gateacre School on the rope bridge at Allerton Tower Park Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY
Tenders are invited for Making Hanging Rope Bridge In Eco-Park At Saoner Sub Area.
It is safer and easier to take someone who is injured off the island by helicopter rather than going back across the rope bridge - no matter what the extent of their injuries.
Only the winner is exempt from the survival challenge - crossing a 500-foot long rope bridge while blindfolded.
Only the winner is exempt from the survival challenge - crossing a 500ft-long rope bridge in a time as close to 25 minutes as possible while blindfolded.
A major Festival initiative was the construction of a rope bridge or q'eswachaka.
So his trainer and owner, Jules O'Dwyer, had trained another dog to walk across the rope bridge, wow
And for some real life drama, take a walk across the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge that stretches across a gaping 80-foot chasm, as well as the ancient Dunluce Castle, perched 100 feet above the roaring ocean.
There are also rollers to squeeze through, a balance pole to walk over, a rope bridge, mirrors and soft play.
We stopped off at the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, where fishermen used to cross over the chasm to check their salmon nets.
The torch was at the World Heritage site's hexagonal columns of rock, held aloft by Denis Broderick high above the Atlantic on Carrick a Rede rope bridge.
Starts at Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge, it then visits the Giant's Causeway.