With its 200 metres length, 5 metres width and 9 arches, the highest of which is 30 metres, take a step back and explore the Ariétal Viaduct! Built between 1932 and 1934, this structure was used to link Reims, Sedan and Metz by rail. It was part of a system designed to supply the Maginot line. Partially destroyed by the French in June 1940, it was repaired by the Germans in 1941; the rails were dismantled in 1943 and sent to the Eastern Front. It is now unused, but for the most reckless of you, the association Adrenaline Elastique offers you the opportunity to experience bungee jumping from the viaduct!
So, are you jumping?