Highest, Tallest, Longest Suspension Bridge in Nepal – Kushma

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Find here the facts and information about the highest suspension bridge in Nepal. Kusha – Balewa is the tallest suspension bridge in the country. It is also supposed as the longest suspension bridge in the hilly country Nepal.

Kushma is the headquarters city of Parbat District in Nepal. It is also a one of the municipality of Nepal. This Kushma, the headquarter of Parbat district, is located in the western part of Nepal. If we go in detail, it is about 57 km far from one of a famous city Pokhara. The municipality Kushma is also known as the home of mysterious Gupteswor cave.

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Highest, Tallest, Longest Suspension Bridge in Nepal – Kushma

Being a part of Dhaulagiri zone, recently kushma-balewa suspension bridge is added there. Kushma Balewa suspension bridge is the Nepal’s highest suspension bridge. Or say, it is the tallest suspension bridge in Nepal. It is also supposed as the longest suspension bridge in Nepal.

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Suspension Bridge Nepal Kushma
Kushma Suspension Bridge of Nepal

This bridge connects the headquarter Kushma and some southern regions of neighboring district of Baglung district. People of that regions are very happy and feeling safe after using this bridge. This bridge is effecting the positive effects on the Nepalese population of there. After constructing this bridge, there are 500 to 1000 passenger daily uses this bridge. It givens another beneifts for the villagers of that regions.

The vegetable, fruits, or produced cereal may get the market. All the products can be reached to the nearest market easily. It may increase the economy standards of there population. This bridge, which is connected the headquarter Kushma and southern part of Baglung district, is 166 m height and 347 meter length.

It was before the Dashain 2014 but starting to use after Dashain. Now all the agricultural products are going to the market. The population are happy. It effects the positive effects of their population about 17 VDC of Baglung district.

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This bridge cost NPR Rs. 2 Crore, which is helped and cooperated with the department of Ministry of local development DOLIDAR, Government of Nepal.

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