The Dizzying Paiva Walkways in Portugal Tauheed Ahmad June 21, 2017 Travel 717 An incredible 8-KM walkway along the bank of Paiva River in arouca, Portugal stretches across the sprawling natural terrain. The wooden walkways that cling to the mountain side a winding staircase that leads to the top of a huge hill, providing a stunning 360° panoramic view of the terrain, and an extremely narrow wooden bridge that spans across the river surrounded by soaring cliffs, sweeping views of waterfalls, quartz crystal deposits, exotic fauna and flora and abundant natural vegetation. The ‘Paiva Walkways‘was opened in July 2015, and route begins from the river beach Areinho and finish at another beach Espiunca. Last year in September, the devastating wildfire damaged over 600 meters of wooden walkways, but authorities has done restoration work quite briskly and reopened for public. The Paive Walkways completed by Arouca Municipality and engineering company trimetrica. The Paiva walkways is more than merely a simple walk in nature, this unique experience is an infrastructure that interferes as little as possible with the surrounding environment and continues along the topography, with rest stops and strategic panoramic points positioned to admire the view. Hikers are bestowed with stunning natural views to capture the route dizzying directions, documenting different parts of the path and its relationship to the marvelous landscape. Also Read Floating Walkway in the Middle of River in China Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsFloating Walkway in The Middle of River in ChinaThe Floating Village of HungaryLake of Fire, Sao Miguel Island-AzzoreThe Stunning Landscape of Iceland through an Infrared LensIceland’s Breathtaking Beauty Show off the Most Amazing Scenery in the WorldLake Mývatn a Natural Wonder of IcelandThe Hunting Beauty of WoodsPolish Photographer Uses Drone Camera to Capture Breathtaking Iceland LandscapesThe Most Beautiful Roads in EuropeLove the Beautiful Landscape of BroadsThe Abundance Beauty of Winter LandscapeThe Mirror-Like Photography Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.