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Beipanjiang Bridge Duge
北盘江特大桥
Dugexiang, Guizhou, China
1,850 feet high / 564 meters high
2,362 foot span / 720 meter span
2016
World's Highest Bridge

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Toppling all previous spans for height, the new Beipanjiang Bridge Duge will open in 2016 as the first crossing to ever surpass the 500 meter height barrier as well as becoming the first cable stayed bridge to ever hold the title of The World’s Highest Bridge.

No other region on earth has as many high bridges as China’s remote Western Province of Guizhou and there is no waterway within its borders with a greater collection of super-high bridge spans than the mighty Beipan River. Translated as the North Winding River, the BeipanJiang flows on a North-South rift that divides the Western and Eastern halves of Guizhou. The vertical limestone cliffs drop so deep that much of the river is in shadow during the day. Spaced every 50 kilometers along its length are a collection of epic road and railway bridges that have pushed the boundaries of China’s bridge engineering community.

Due to be completed in 2016, the G56 expressway is the last of Guizhou’s great East-West routes that will allow easy access into nearby Yunnan Province across terrain that was previously inaccessible to normal cars and trucks. The entire 4-lane divided highway stretches an incredible 2,935 kilometers from the city of Hanghzou near Shanghai to the border of Burma near Tibet. The extreme geography along the G56 has produced not only the world’s highest bridge over the Beipanjiang River near Duge, Guizhou but also the World’s Highest Suspension Bridge several kilometers further west near Puli, Yunnan.

All of this high bridge insanity began in 2001 when the mighty beast of the Beipan River summoned the construction of the World’s Highest Railway Bridge some 275 meters above a boulder-strewn crevasse on the Shuibai Railway. Two years later that triumph was followed by the river’s first road bridge record when the Beipanjiang Bridge Huajiang opened in 2003 surpassing the 300 meter height threshold as well as becoming the first suspension bridge in the world to surpass the height of Colorado’s Royal Gorge bridge after a 74-year reign.

This was followed by a succession of bridges both high and super-high including the Beipanjiang Bridge Hukun on the G60 expressway, the Beipanjiang Bridge on the Shuipan expressway with the world’s longest span high-level beam bridge, the Beipanjiang Bridge Wang’an expressway and the Beipanjiang Bridge Zhenfeng.

But in 2016 the Beipan will deliver its two biggest high bridge gifts ever in the form of the Beipanjiang Railway Bridge Qinglong - the world’s highest “High-Speed” railway bridge at 295 meters and the colossal Beipanjiang Bridge Duge at 564 meters in height. Other engineering honors Duge can claim include having the second longest steel trussed cable stayed span and the tenth tallest bridge tower in the world at 269 meters.

Until the year 2000, the experience of traveling around Guizhou was a grueling and arduous one that often took days along a dangerous network of older, 2-lane national roads. Despite a land mass slightly smaller then Great Britain or the U.S. state of Washington this outdated infrastructure limited the kind of growth that had been underway in the Eastern Provinces where accessibility had been improving steadily and rapidly since the early 1990s.

The first hint of Guizhou’s high bridge aspirations came in 2001 when the Liuguanghe beam bridge opened as the World’s Highest Bridge on a 2-lane expressway between the capital city of Guiyang and the smaller county of Bijie in the Northwest corner of the Province. In the 15 years that followed, expressway construction went into full gear with four and now six-lane expressways connecting cities both large and small regardless of how difficult the mountain terrain may be. An old saying states that in Guizhou there are no three days without rain, no three acres without a mountain and no three coins in any pocket. They may have to amend that and add that there are no three kilometers of expressway without a high bridge!

Today the Province of Guizhou is home to more high bridges then every other country on earth combined. By 2020 Guizhou will have more then 250 bridges over 100 meters high as measured from the road or rail deck to the water. Compare that with Italy which has the world’s second greatest number of high bridges with only 40 spans exceeding 100 meters in height. Of the world’s 20 super-high spans that exceed 300 meters from deck to water, all are in China except for 3.

将于2016年建成的都格北盘江大桥,将超越以往所有桥梁的高度,第一个突破桥梁高度500米的障碍,并首次成为拥有“世界最高桥梁”头衔的斜拉桥。

地球上没有一个地方像中国西南的贵州省那样拥有如此之多的高桥。在贵州省内,没有哪条河流的超级高桥梁能比得上北盘江。北盘江,意思是“北部的曲折河流”自北向南流过贵州,将其分割为东西两半。两岸垂直的石灰岩峭壁如此之陡峭以至于一天中大部分时间阳光都无法照射到河面。沿北盘江平均每50公里就有一座伟大的公路或铁路桥梁,推进了中国工程技术的极限。

预计完成于2016年,G56杭瑞高速公路大型东西向主干道,经过无数险峻地形,使人们能方便的驾驶汽车和卡车到达临近的云南省。这条2935公里长的4车道高速公路起点在上海附近的杭州市,终点位于云南和缅甸边境,临近西藏。经过许多极端险峻的地形,不仅造就了位于贵州都格的世界最高北盘江大桥,而且在它西面不远处云南境内还有世界最高悬索桥普立大桥。

所有这些跨越北盘江的高大桥梁起源于2001年,这一年首次在汹涌北盘江上一段直上直下峡谷中建起275米高的世界最高铁路桥。两年后这一荣誉被第一条跨越北盘江的公路高桥——花江北盘江大桥超越,这座桥高达366米,是全世界首座超过300米高的桥梁,也是第一座比科罗拉多州皇家峡谷大桥更高的悬索桥。皇家峡谷大桥保持了74年世界最高悬索桥的头衔。

接下来北盘江上出现了一系列巨大的桥梁:G60沪昆高速公路北盘江大桥,世界最大主跨的山地梁桥水盘高速公路北盘江大桥,望安高速公路北盘江大桥以及贞丰北盘江大桥。

但到2016年北盘江上将见证其最伟大的两座桥梁:其中之一是世界最高大的高速铁路桥——沪昆高速铁路晴隆北盘江大桥,高295米,主跨445米的拱桥。另一座就是杭瑞高速公路都格北盘江大桥——高564米,主跨720米的斜拉桥,将成为世界最高桥梁及最高的斜拉桥。

贵州省面积略小于英国或美国华盛顿州,2000年以前在当地旅行是非常艰巨和危险的。在险峻简陋的旧公路旅行往往需要很多天,并冒很大风险。这种极端困难的地形使得贵州迟迟不能享有类似东部省份那样在1990年代就开始的高速增长。

第一座载入史册的贵州高桥是2001年通车的六广河大桥,高达297米,坐落在一条2车道公路上,连接贵州省会贵阳和西北部的毕节地区,成为首座世界最高的桥梁,超越1929年建成的美国科罗拉多州皇家峡谷大桥(291米高)。随后15年间,贵州省的高速公路开始飞速发展,不仅四车道高速公路遍布全省无论地势多么崎岖不平的地方,还出现了六车道公路。从前贵州有句俗话:天无三日晴、地无三里平、人无三分银。现在还要加上一句:高速公路上无三公里没高桥的路段!

今天贵州省拥有的高大桥梁数量超过中国以外世界各国总和。到2020年前贵州将至少拥有250座超过100米高的桥梁(从水面到桥面测量)。相比之下世界第二多高桥的国家意大利仅有40座超过100米高的桥。全世界桥面高度超过300米的超级高桥约有20座,其中仅有3座在中国以外。


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Beipanjiang Bridge Duge Elevation


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LIST OF HIGH BEIPANJIANG BRIDGES

http://highestbridges.com/wiki/index.php?title=Beipanjiang_Bridge_Guanxing

http://highestbridges.com/wiki/index.php?title=Beipanjiang_Bridge_Hukun

http://highestbridges.com/wiki/index.php?title=Beipanjiang_Railway_Bridge_Qinglong

http://highestbridges.com/wiki/index.php?title=Beipanjiang_Railway_Bridge_Shuibai

http://highestbridges.com/wiki/index.php?title=Beipanjiang_Bridge_Shuipan

http://highestbridges.com/wiki/index.php?title=Beipanjiang_Bridge_Wang%27an_Expressway

http://highestbridges.com/wiki/index.php?title=Beipanjiang_Bridge_Zhenfeng

http://highestbridges.com/wiki/index.php?title=Beipanjiang_Bridge_Fade

http://highestbridges.com/wiki/index.php?title=Beipanjiang_Bridge_Huayeyan

http://highestbridges.com/wiki/index.php?title=Beipanjiang_Bridge_Chengyang

http://highestbridges.com/wiki/index.php?title=Tianshengxia_Railway_Bridge


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Beipanjiang Bridge Duge and North American High and Tall Bridge Comparison


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Beipanjiang Bridge Duge and Baluarte Bridge Comparison

The Beipanjiang Bridge at Duge will be nearly 175 meters higher then Mexico's Baluarte Bridge, the previous record holder for world's highest cable stayed bridge.


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Beipanjiang Bridge Duge and Siduhe Bridge Comparison

The Beipanjiang Bridge at Duge will be nearly 70 meters higher then China's previous high bridge king, the Siduhe Bridge.


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The explosion of road and bridge construction in China first began in 1989 when China launched the National Trunk Highway System, a network of 5 north-south and 7 east-west expressways with a total length of 22,000 miles (35,000 km). Divided into three stages of development, the second stage, from 1998 to 2005, was completed a decade ahead of schedule, allowing the entire infrastructure to be completed by 2009. The goal was to link more than 90 percent of all cities with a population of over half a million and 100 percent of all cities with a population of more than a million. During this time period of 20 years, the total number of highway bridges in China doubled.

In addition to the National Trunk Highway System there is a secondary National Expressway Network composed of several independent routes collectively known as “7918”. The number 7 is for several radiating routes around the city of Beijing while the other numbers refer to 9 North-South routes and 18 East-West routes. Many of these smaller highways will connect cities with populations of just 200,000 people. With more than 25,000 miles (40,000 km) of this system still un-built, these will be the highways to look forward to for high bridges until their completion in 2020. If the economic growth of China continues beyond 2020 then another 56,000 miles (90,000 km) of expressways may be built, bringing the total expressway mileage to 109,000 miles (175,000 km). All of these expressways have tolls. If you want to learn more about China’s rapidly growing road network, go to the Expressways of China page on Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expressways_of_China.

Since there are many Chinese bridges throughout this web site, a few tips about word translation are in order. Often you will see the addition of the word “Jiang” or “He” at the end of a Chinese bridge name. Jiang means large river and is only used for the biggest and mightiest in China - the equivalent of the Columbia, Ohio or Mississippi rivers in the U.S. or the Rhine river in Europe. The word “He” is used for all other rivers.

Multiple names are often given to the same highway based on the two cities the highway is passing between. So a section of highway between Yichang and Huangshi is called the Yihuang expressway, taking the first half of each city name and combining them. With a single highway having multiple names, there was often confusion - especially to those traveling long distances. So in 2010, the Ministry of Transport renamed 50,000 kilometers of expressways with uniform numbering and naming including origin and destination signs as well as new exit numbers based on kilometers traveled rather than the previous system that was based on a sequential number of exits passed on the route. Improved graphics as well as numerical digits for each expressway were also be implemented. Informal local names of the past were replaced by more formal names that cover larger sections of expressways making travel easier for everyone.

都格北盘江大桥约比墨西哥巴鲁阿特大桥高175米,巴鲁阿特大桥是此前世界最高的斜拉桥。

中国的公路和桥梁的爆炸性建设开始于1989年,那一年中国推出了国道主干线系统,包括5条南北向和7条东西向高速公路网,全长22000英里(35000公里)。分为三阶段,其中第二阶段从1998年到2005年提前实施,2009年完全建成。目标是连接90%以上多于人口50万的城市以及100%人口多于100万城市。这段时间内中国高桥的数量翻了一番。

除国道主干线系统外新提出的国家高速公路编号为“7918”,包括从北京辐射全国的7条高速公路,9条南北向高速公路,18条东西向高速公路。这些高速公路(25000英里,40000公里)将会连接起绝大部分人口20万以上城市,还在继续兴建中,在2020年以前将会增加许多高桥。如果中国经济2020年以前持续增长,还有另外56000英里(90000公里)高速公路要兴建,使整个高速公路网长度达到10900英里(17500公里)。所有的都是收费公路。如果你想了解更多中国高速公路信息,可以看:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expressways_of_China

因为本网站有如此多中国桥梁,一些词汇翻译需要说明:通常你会看到“江”或“河”在中国桥梁名称末尾。江指大河流,通常仅用于中国境内的大河。境外的大河流如美国的哥伦比亚、俄亥俄、密西西比,欧洲的莱茵等,都和其他所有河流一样用“河”结尾。

一座连接两个城市的高速公路往往有不同的名字,例如宜昌到黄石的高速公路被称为宜黄高速公路,选用每个城市的前半名字合并而成。因为一条高速公路有很多名字,所以对长途旅行者来说往往会困惑。所以2010年起,公路管理部门用数字命名了现有高速公路同时将起点和终点的名字加上。新型图标和数字命名广泛推广,便于人们在更大范围旅行。

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GUIZHOU PROVINCE EXPRESSWAY MAP



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The Beipanjiang Bridge was officially announced in December of 2010 but construction would not begin until the fall of 2012. 兴建都格北盘江大桥的计划发布于2010年10月,2012年秋季开始建设。

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The first drawing of the bridge was released in 2010 with an earlier design showing a continuous taper of the lower tower. 第一张关于这座桥的想象图发布于2010年,图中较矮的桥墩是连续锥

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In 2011 a final inaugural celebration took place. 2011年开工仪式


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The 2011 Beipanjiang Duge Bridge render with the redesigned lower tower. 都格北盘江大桥2011年想象图中已体现最终设计


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A hike to the top of this 300 meter high mountain at the confluence of the Beipan and Gexiang Rivers affords the best views of the new bridge. 登上这座位于北盘江(可渡河)和革香河交汇处约300米高小山,能在最佳角度观赏这座桥 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Guizhou tower foundation construction in early 2013. 贵州侧桥塔基础在2013年初开始兴建


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A view of the main headquarters and worker housing on the Guizhou side. 贵州侧建设营地一窥 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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A view looking north up the Beipan River shows another tight gorge where a 500+ meter high crossing could have been constructed. 从桥址沿北盘江北望,可以看到另一处适合修建500+米高桥的桥址 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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The Gexiang River can be seen flowing under the crane towards its confluence with the Beian River. 吊机下方流淌的是革香河,该河与北盘江交汇 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Two small footbridges across the Beipan and Gexiang Rivers. 两座人行小桥横跨北盘江和革香河 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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The Guizhou towers reach a height of 170 meters. Another 100 meters to go! 贵州侧桥塔达到170米高度,还有100米需要修! Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Large steel tubes make up the temporary support scaffolding on the Guizhou tower. 大型钢管支撑着贵州侧桥塔的临时构件 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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A view across the canyon towards the Yunnan side. 从贵州侧隔峡谷远望云南侧 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Progress on the Yunnan towers has fallen behind the Guizhou tower. 云南侧桥塔的进度比贵州侧慢 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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An aerial of the eastern approach showing the G56 expressway heading towards Liupanshui City, the second largest in Guizhou Province. 航拍东侧G56高速公路的引桥,东面通往贵州第二大城市六盘水 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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The eastern approach in 2013 before the piers were constructed. 2013年东侧引桥修建状况 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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A giant cave below the Yunnan tower slope. 云南侧谷底的巨大岩洞 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Gexiang River footbridge in the foreground and the dilapidated Beipan footbridge in the background. 近处是革香河步行桥,远处是废弃的北盘江步行桥 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Yunnan tower in mid-2013. 云南侧桥塔2013年年中 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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The short main street in the center of Duge town. 都格镇中心的小街 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Looking south towards the town of Duge. 从都格镇向南望 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Probably constructed in the early 1990s, this truss-arch across the Beipan was bypassed by a beam bridge and is only open to pedestrians. 可能建于1990年代的这座拱桥已经被一座梁桥取代,现在拱桥仅供行人通过 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Expressway cuts are visible from Duge town more then 500 meters up on the steep Guizhou slope. 都格镇能看到高速公路在贵州侧500米高的山坡上兴建 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Guizhou tower foundation work in mid-2013. 贵州侧塔基2013年年中 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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A rare view of the Beipan during a drought in 2013 exposes rocks and sandbars that are usually hidden from view. 一张罕见的照片,在2013年旱季能看到水量稀少的北盘江裸露出的岩石和沙滩,平时看不到这些 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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WORLD RECORD BUNGEE JUMP!

世界最高的蹦极跳 To celebrate the completion of the World’s Highest Bridge in 2016, famous Chinese bungee jumper Duanshujun of Kunming and HighestBridges.com creator Eric Sakowski will attempt the highest bungee jump ever taken from a bridge.

Working with the Liupanshui City and the Shuicheng County Sports and Tourism officials as well as the Guizhou Highway Department, this World Record will be the first fixed object bungy fall to topple not only the 400 meter barrier but the first to shatter the 500 meter height threshold.

Duanshujun was recently featured in an hour long CCTV4 special that was broadcast all over China in late 2014 and covered his career of both bungee and bridge swinging including his latest conquest, a 100 meter swing from the Nanpanjiang Bridge Yiliang with his assistant.

His most notable bungee jump took place in 2012 when he made an unofficial world record fixed object bungy jump of at least 300 meters from the Balinghe Bridge in Guizhou Province. His small crew rigged the bungee cord in the early hours of the morning under the cover of night. Although the jump was never officially measured, Duanshun was likely the first person to ever drop more then 300 meters from a fixed object using an 85 meter long bungee cord.

In 2016 we are hoping to almost double the Balinghe Bridge Bungy with a drop from the Beipanjiang Bridge that may reach 550 meters. Follow us here with the latest news and updates as we get closer to our attempt to take the biggest plunge in bungee history!

为庆祝世界最高桥梁在2016年完工,著名的中国蹦极选手昆明的段树军和世界最高桥梁网站创办者艾瑞克将尝试从一座桥梁上进行最高的蹦极跳。

和六盘水市、水城县旅游及交通部门联系后,这一蹦极跳将不仅打破400米高的固定绳索蹦极世界纪录,而且将首次突破500米高度大关!

段树军最近2014年下半年在中国cctv 4 上对全国播出了一个特别节目:介绍了他的桥梁蹦极和荡绳生涯以及最近的冒险:从彝良南盘江大桥上高达100米的荡绳。

他最著名的蹦极发生在2012年,从贵州坝陵河大桥至少300米高的蹦极,他和团队在清晨打破了蹦极高度纪录。尽管没有正式测量纪录,段树军估计成为有史以来第一个进行超过300米高固定绳索蹦极跳的人。

2016年后我们希望能打破这个纪录,将蹦极跳的记录从坝陵河的300米提高到约550米。关注我们将要创造的历史性纪录!

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Duanshujun eyes his greatest challenge, the 564 meter drop from the deck of the Beipanjiang Bridge! 段树军注视着他未来的挑战:从564米高北盘江大桥上跳下! Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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We were grateful to get a special hardhat tour of the Beipanjiang Bridge site by Mr. Wang who is the head supervisor overseeing the entire construction of the bridge. 王先生给了我们一个安全帽。他是负责整个大桥工程的主管监理。 Image from Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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A promotional image we are working on for the jump. 一张虚拟想象照片模拟我们以后要进行的冒险 Image by Martin Archer and Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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The bottom of the real canyon where we will attempt several drops of over 500 meters! 真实的峡谷底部,在这里我们要从500多米高空往下跳! Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Another promotional idea. Despite my planning to lose more then 40 pounds for the jump, we are going to make 2 separate cords, one for lighter and one for heavier jumpers. We also hope to do the World's Highest Swing Jump. 另一张想象图。尽管我计划为这次跳跃减轻40磅体重,我们仍是二个不同的蹦极者,一个轻一个重。我们也想进行世界最高的荡绳。 Drawing by Martin Archer.


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We really appreciated everyone from the Liupanshui City Tourism and Sports Authority who showed up to meet with us and discuss our plans to hold this World Record Bungee Event. 和六盘水旅游部门会面,讨论我们关于打破世界纪录高度蹦极的计划 Image by Duanshujun's assistant.


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Image by Duanshujun's assistant.


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Our group enjoyed a wonderful dinner that was hosted by the gracious Mrs. Tang who was previously the leader of the Liupanshui City Tourism Department. 我们团队参加了一次愉快的晚宴,由好客的唐先生主持,他是六盘水旅游部门的前领导 Image from Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Our group ate in a special restaurant where regional hot pot dishes unique to Liupanshui are served to guests with aprons that protect you from popping hot grease. 我们团队品尝了六盘水风味特色的餐饮,包括火锅及炸制食品 Image from Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


Duanshujun's 2012 Balinghe Bridge Bungee Jump

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Duanshujun and his crew quickly rigged up the Balinghe Bridge jump in the early hours of the morning. 段树军和他同事在坝陵河大桥蹦极跳时,清晨时间在桥边捆绑绳索 Image from Duanshujun.


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A last minute check of the cord just after dawn. 日出后最后一次检查环扣 Image from Duanshujun.


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Duanshujun takes the leap! 段树军起跳! Image from Duanshujun.


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Duanshujun was lowered down to the bottom by rope. 段树军由蹦极绳索下降到谷底 Image from Duanshujun.


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A 300 meter jump and an unofficial new World Record for Highest Fixed Object Bungee Jump. In 2016 we hope to make it an official Guinness World Record. 一次300米的蹦极跳,非正式的固定绳索蹦极高度新世界纪录。2016年我们希望创造新的得到认可的吉尼斯世界纪录 Image from Duanshujun.


Duanshujun's 2012 Maguohe Bridge Swing

段树军2012年马过河大桥荡绳

Duanshujun received sponsorship from a local Ford dealership in 2012 to do a swing from the deck of the 180 meter high Maguohe Bridge north of Kunming City. 段树军2012年在昆明以北的马过河大桥进行的荡绳得到赞助

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Maguohe Bridge.


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Image from Duanshujun.


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Image from Duanshujun.


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In 2014 Duanshujun recalls his 2012 swing jump during a visit to the bridge with interpreter Jorson and myself. Image by Duanshujun's assistant. 2014年段树军在经过马过河时和我及翻译杰森讲述2012年的荡绳经过


Duanshujun's 2014 Nanpanjiang Bridge Swing

段树军2014年南盘江大桥荡绳活动

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In 2014 Duanshujun began plans to break his previous swing jump record by falling more then 100 meters on a cord from the deck of the Nanpanjiang Bridge Yiliang. In August of 2014 I joined Duanshujun on a preliminary inspection of the Nanpanjiang bridge. After several more months of planning Duanshujun finally made the biggest swing jump in Chinese history in October, 2014 with his assistant. The jump became the subject of an hour long CCTV4 special that was broadcast on November 27,2014. We hope to do a swing twice as large from the Beipanjiang Bridge Duge. Image by Duanshujun's assistant. 2014年段树军打算打破他的荡绳高度纪录,从宜良南盘江大桥超过100米高空跳下。在2014年8月,我曾加入段树军的团队一起进行检查和测量。经过几个月的准备后,段树军终于在2014年10月和他助手一起进行了这次中国最伟大的荡绳活动。这次活动在2014年11月27日中央电视台4套频道上有长达1小时的播出。我们希望能在都格北盘江大桥上进行两倍于此长度的荡绳!


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Image from Duanshujun.


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Image from Duanshujun.


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Image from Duanshujun.


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Nanpanjiang Bridge quadcopter aerial image from Duanshujun.


VISITING THE BEIPANJIANG BRIDGE DUGE ON THE PIPELINE TRAIL

游览都格北盘江大桥的小道

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Map of the Beipanjiang Bridge Duge water pipeline trail.

To really appreciate the awesome scale and beauty of the Beipanjiang Bridge Duge and its surroundings, there is a short 2 kilometer trail along the west side of the river that leads to some spectacular vantage points at the bottom of the gorge over 500 meters below the bridge deck. This narrow but level trail is used by a few of the farmers who live near the confluence of the Beipan and Gexiang Rivers. Two small suspension footbridges cross both rivers.

To reach the water pipeline trailhead you will need to drive south on local road S212 for 30 minutes from Liupanshui City to the small town of Dugexiang. After crossing the Beipan River on a small beam bridge continue north on S212 a few hundred meters and turn right into the water power building entrance and park. 北盘江都格一带的水系地形图。

要真实感受都格北盘江大桥及其周边的惊人尺度和美丽,需要沿河的西岸进行两公里徒步旅行,到达桥面下方植被茂密的峡谷底部,距离桥面垂直落差


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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The Beipanjiang water level was at 919 meters near Duge city in August of 2013. 都格镇附近的919米海拔水位标志,2013年8月 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Another power station on the east side of the river. 河东另一座水电站 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Giant house-sized boulders can be seen during unusually low water levels in 2013. 在2013年特别干旱的气候条件下,河中能看到平时少见的房屋一样的大的岩石 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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During heavy rains these swimmers would be swept away. 如果下大雨这些游泳的小孩就不会在这里了 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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The Gexiang River footbridge greets visitors after 2 kilometers of hiking. 革香河步行桥欢迎游客跋涉2公里到来这里 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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A view of the Beipanjiang with the Gexiang River at the bottom. 北盘江景色,下方是革香河 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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The Gexiang River in August of 2013. 2013年8月的革香河 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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The now unused Beipanjiang footbridge. 现已被废弃的北盘江人行桥 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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A view looking up the Beipan River where the bridge deck will cross over 500 meters above the water. 北盘江上游景色,都格大桥桥面将从这里的500多米高空通过 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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South of Duge the Beipan continues to flow under at least 6 more bridges that exceed 200 meters in height. 都格以南,北盘江上还有至少6座高于200米的桥梁 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Another water pipeline trail descends down along the edge of the Yunnan slope. 另一条水边小道在云南侧山坡上蜿蜒而下 Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Satellite view showing the great high bridge crossings of the Beipanjiang in the upper right and Puli Bridge in the lower left. 卫星图右上方显示巨大的高桥横跨北盘江,左面下方是普立大桥


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Beipanjiang Bridge Duge location map.


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