Officially opened in May 2017, the Titan RT pedestrian suspension bridge spans the Rappbode Dam in Eastern Germany. With its suspended length of 458 meters, the bridge used to break the world's record of the longest pedestrian suspension bridge. After the Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge was inaugurated, it outranked the Titan RT as world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge.
The bridge's operator, Harzdrenalin, needed almost five years of planning and constructing this stunning bridge. Visitors may enjoy the breathtaking views as well as doing a 75-meter pendulum jump from the structure. The bridge is located near the city of Oberharz am Brocken, a small town in Saxony-Anhalt.