Wire bridge

a bridge suspended from wires, or cables made of wire.

See also: Wire

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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After a guided tour of the Jumandi Caves riders will cross the mighty Rio Napo River on a one-lane wire bridge to reach the Cotococha Amazon Lodge.
The cheaper pounds 50,000 wire bridge on the Penygroes bypass was erected after experts recorded 54 bat deaths on the A487.
The T24-SA strain j acquisition module provides high performance wireless measurement of strain gauge, pressure, load cell, linear displacement and other four wire bridge sensors, providing direct mV/V input and 5V bridge excitation for up to four load cells.
We drove and then walked up to Steall Falls and were brave enough to venture on to the swaying wire bridge over the river.
It includes a walk through a stunning gorge, a river crossing on a wire bridge, excellent stalkers' paths, fine, airy ridge walking, fun scrambling and views of some of the country's most famous mountains - including the Grey Corries, the Aonachs and Ben Nevis.
There is a wire bridge but I don't know if it will support my weight, although I seem to remember crossing it once before.
To get to the falls, walkers must cross a swaying wire bridge and treacherous peat bogs.
She had broken her ankle in a fall off the wire bridge which crosses the River Nevis at Steall.