Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland

Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland

Carrick-a-Rede is a Rope Bridge, situated in Northern Ireland

The bridge links the island of Ireland and a small island named “Carrickarede” (in English – “rock of the casting”). It is about 30 metres above sea level. Nowadays Carrick-a-Rede bridge is mainly popular among tourists (The bridge is open all year round and there is a small fee you have to pay for crossing it) it used to help salmon fishermen to get to the small island of Carrickarede.

Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland

Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland