Gilgit Bridge

Gilgit River, Gilgit

Gilgit Bridge

Gilgit Bridge Gilgit or as famously called Danyore Suspension Bridge, is the Pakistan largest and longest bridge, located on Gilgit River at the end of the traditional bazaar in Gilgit, Pakistan.

Similarly, this hand-made concrete bridge is about 182 meters long, and 2 meters wide. Thus, its construction started under the supervision of Chinese Road Bridge (CRBC) & National Highway Authority Engineers, after the completion, it was opened for the usually traffic in 30 November 2008 in a very creative way.

Furthermore, Gilgit Bridge is very helpful for travelers and traders who come from China as well as, but before the Danyore Suspension Bridge was not made, Gilgit local people and visitors had been faced many problems during travelling one place to another.

Historically, Gilgit has various travelling sightseeing spots which has mesmerizing all the visitors, when they came to explore the Gilgit beauty in a very innovative way.

Alias Names

Pul-e-Sirat Gilgit • Danyore Suspension Bridge

Established Constructed in Mid-Sixties


Highway Code N35
Location Gilgit River, Gilgit
City / Town Gilgit
State Gilgit Baltistan
Country Pakistan

Gilgit Bridge, Karakoram Hwy, Gilgit River, Gilgit

Geo Coordinates 35.9251076494124 °N,    74.3886674253783 °E

Travelor Instructions

Gilgit Bridge or Danyore Suspension Bridge Visit Timings

  • 24 Hours Open

Gilgit Bridge Map