The 365-meter long Meshginshahr Bridge is one of the world's largest sidewalks and the largest suspension bridge in the Middle East. This bridge is located at a height of 80 meters above the Sabalan slope, crosses the Khiav River and above the Khyavachai Valley. The surface of part of this suspension bridge, which is among the top ten structures of Iranian architecture in the field of tourism, is made of glass (polycarbonate and Sécurité) and the rest of it is made of polymer and composite materials with high resistance to moisture and fire.
The bridge was built by local experts and local engineers, and the knowledge of its construction is native. The bridge is part of the Khyavatgird Tourism Complex and has been constructed on a land of 130 hectares. Khyavatgird Tourism area is the biggest tourism project in Ardebil province. This tourism complex includes reception halls, accommodation suites, ballooning, air sports, Zip Line, restaurants, handicraft markets, amusement parks and various other amenities.