Until two years ago, bridge walking was something most people connected with Sydney harbour. Maybe it still is, but Denmark now has its very own version, and it is not just aimed at the super adventurous. For families with little ones not quite tall enough – you must reach 140 centimetres to go on the bridge – or indeed brave enough, there is an option to explore the waters from underneath the surface instead. “When families visit us, the youngest children are not always up for the bridge walk, but they then have the chance to explore the waters underneath with our marine biologist. It’s been a great hit with many families as it gives everyone a chance to enjoy and share some of the experience,” says manager of Bridgewalking, Lone Skjoldaa.