Trekkers always comment about bridge crossing when on a trek in Nepal. Not all bridges are modern and some are missing planks giving you a scary, windy view down to the river below. In general, the bridges on the Manaslu Trek are mainly sound – or they were until the earthquake.
For instance, the bridge before Machhakhola was damaged by the earthquake and the trail moved to pass along the river bed. During the monsoon last year, the river near Yaru Khola changed course and eroded a 100m section of path which had been used for a long time. First there came a dangerous diversion on a high trail with a long drop from Uiya (as reported here). This was the only way to reach Jagat for some time. Then locals build an awesome wooden bridge across the Budi Gandaki as seen below.