Mountain Glass Bridges In India That Offer 360-Degree Views Of Lofty Hills

by Sanjana Shenoy
Mountain Glass Bridges In India That Offer 360-Degree Views Of Lofty Hills

You no longer need to visit China for its stunning skywalk bridge in Zhangjiajie. India has not one but many mountain glass bridges that promise panaromic views of the lofty hills, lush greenery and serene blue sky. While some offer you views of mesmerising forests, others promise a glimpse of majestic monuments and more. So what are you waiting for? Take a look at our list of mountain glass bridges in India and head to these sites for Insta-worthy pictures and cherishable moments.

1. Glass Bridge In Rajgir, Bihar

Tourists seeking new adventures and thrills must head to Bihar’s Nalanda for a daunting glass bridge experience. Hanging 200 feet high on a deep gorge, this glass bridge is 85 feet in length and 6 feet in depth. It’s built to attract both domestic and international tourists. The Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar revealed that the Rajgir Glass Bridge is inspired by China’s famous skywalk. Visitors can enjoy panoramic views of mountains and trees, and also opt for a nature safari nearby.

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Also Read: Bihar Gets 200-Feet High Glass Bridge; Air Cycling & Safari To Come Up Near Skywalk

2. Glass Skywalk In Pelling, Sikkim

Ever imagined walking on thin air? Well, now you can do almost this at India’s first glass skywalk in Pelling, Sikkim. The Sikkim Skywalk sits 7200 feet above sea level and it overlooks the 137-feet tall imposing Chenrezig statue. This is the fourth tallest statue in Sikkim. Surrounded by the snow-capped Himalayas, the elevated pathway offers visitors the chance to enjoy stunning views of the Teesta and Rangit rivers from a birds-eye view. The tickets are priced at ₹50 per person and it’s open from 8 am to 5 pm. This is one of the best places to visit in Sikkim.

India's First Glass Skywalk Pelling Sikkim
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Also Read: 5 Reasons Why Sikkim Should Be On Your Summer Bucket List 

3. Wayanad Glass Bridge In Thollayiram Kandi, Kerala

Visit South India’s first glass bridge in Wayanad, Kerala. Owned by a private resort, 900 Kandi, the Wayanad Glass Bridge is perched 100 feet from the ground in Thollayiram Kandi. It’s made of unbreakable fibreglass that is imported from Italy. You can take a jeep to reach the scenic glass walkway or go for a nature trek. Either way, the journey and the destination are both worth it. The ticket is priced at ₹100 per person to savour 30 minutes of mesmerising views of the mountains, clouds and forests from the glass bridge.


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So, these are some of the glass bridges in India that offer stunning mountain views. Do visit these skywalks and take drool-worthy pictures for the Gram!