Don't look down! World's 'scariest' and highest suspension bridge opens 1,5000ft above a glacier in the Swiss Alps The bridge is almost 10,000ft above sea levelThe structure cost 1 million to build, is 330ft long and 3ft wideAt its official opening a snowstorm hid what lay beneath to visitors | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 17 December 2012 The world's scariest bridge has been opened – a pedestrian walkway suspended 1,500ft above a glacier in the Swiss Alps. Engineers have spent the past five months building the Titlis Cliff Walk, Europe's highest suspension bridge at 9,000ft above sea level. The structure, which cost 1 million, is 330ft long but just 3ft wide and sits a vertigo-inducing 1,500ft above a glacier
'Sorry, but nobody's ever going to find me:' Video reveals mother's tearful last words to her young sons as she prepared to die in deadly snow stormPaula Lane, 46, of Nevada told her twin sons she was sorry and talked about her plan to seek help in the video Lane was discovered by her brother after spending six days in the wilderness Her family said they had prepared Lane's 11-year-old twin sons for the worstLane is being treated for first-degree frostbite and malnourishment Her boyfriend, 44-year-old Roderick Clifton, father to three daughters, died trying to seek help 'She is mighty and she's a survivor,' Lane's sister said | UPDATED: 00:41 GMT, 13 December 2012 A woman who was trapped in a snowstorm for six days left a tearful video for her twin 11-year-old sons, whom she feared she would never see again.