The bridge is the only entrance by land to Antis and is always packed with caravans and groups of pedestrians. Wide enough for 4 carts to pass at once and just shy of a 3 miles in length, it is no quick process to cross the bridge.
Guard towers at regular intervals across the bridge keep the traffic flowing and carry out inspections of merchant’s goods or travellers. Some merchants even pitch their wares at the side of the road, offering food, drinks and trinkets to weary travellers.
There is a strict law against boats mooring at the bridge and the guards enforce this day and night.