How did the Inka Road
cross rivers?

The Inka perfected a technique for building suspension bridges using braided cables made of grass and reeds. These bridges spanned as much as 45 meters (150 feet). Other bridges built of stone or (in marshland) floating reeds also served the Inka Road.

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