Gently swaying on a swinging, see-through bridge, high above a babbling river – it’s as close to walking on air as you’re likely to experience.
The swinging bridges of Clay County may sound like an adventuresome tourism activity, akin to zip lines or white water rafting. But the bridges were actually built for a practical purpose – giving area residents a backup way to cross a river during high water.
Clay County has 12 swinging bridges that people can visit, and eight you can actually cross. Into geocaching? The app will help you find the bridges. See details at the link.