The bridge over the Artuby was constructed of reinforced concrete between 1938 and 1940 by the company Thorrand and Co. from Nice.
The bridge was designed by the engineering office Pelnard-Recognizes and Caquot. It was named thanks to the gorge that allows to cross, linking the two banks of the Artuby, at a place called Mescla, which then flows into the Verdon. It is also called “the Chaulière bridge.”
It consists of a single arch of 107 meters and overlooks the river Artuby from a height of 138 meters. This is the highest bridge in Europe for the practice of bungee jumping.
Length: 142 m
main span: 110 m
Height: 182 m
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