Millau viaduct holds the world record for the tallest scaffold, coming full circle at 343 meters (higher than the Eiffel tower), 2460 meters in length and contacting the base of the Tarn valley in just 9 places.
Brought about by the French specialist Michel Virlogeux and outlined by the English modeler Lord Norman Foster, it fits superbly into the normally unblemished and self important scene: a thin somewhat bended steel roadway upheld by stays gives it the presence of a colossal yacht and the group lays on 7 exceptionally slim columns.
Find the Viaduct in an unexpected way
Why not go under the viaduct in a kayak? Or then again get as close as you can to it strolling? The more brave will maybe need to see it from the air while drape floating over it…?
The “Viaduc Espace Info” at the foot of the Viaduct offers a viaduct data zone and in addition the “jardin des explorateurs” (wayfarer’s garden), a fun outside display where you will get the hang of everything about the viaduct and its development and that will empower you to enter the viaduct’s P2 column, the tallest on the planet.