The bridge over the ravine at Los Sauces is huge. It’s 319 metres long and towers 150 metres above the valley floor. It opened in December 2004. To begin with, it was rather controversial because it crosses the same valley as the Los Tilos National Park. But you can’t see the bridge from the park, and it’s really rather elegant for something so big. It also knocks a full five minutes off the journey to Santa Cruz, which is important if you’re in a hurry to get to the hospital.
If you’re visiting the island, I recommend walking across it — you get a much better view. Unless you suffer from vertigo!