Passu Suspension Bridge
Passu Suspension Bridge is located in Hunza District, Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan. Its length is 510 feet. This bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in Gilgit-Baltistan which was built in 1960 by the late engineer Ahmad Ali Brinno from Hunza. Hence it is also called “Brinno’s Bridge”.
The bridge is 2 km from the point where the Hunza River merges with the Gilgit River. This bridge was built for small vehicles only. A replacement concrete bridge was later built nearby. In 2018, it was renovated and the road was made into a tourist point with a beautiful wooden forest. Today, it is a popular tourist spot, accessible only by pedestrians and motorcycles.