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10 breathtaking suspension bridges you need to visit in Canada

Suspension bridges in Canada are what you need when looking for an optimal view of glacier peaks, raging waterfalls or lush emerald forests. Soak in all of Canada’s breathtaking landscape by getting up higher than the trees and walking in the clouds at one of these destinations.

Here are some breathtaking suspension bridges you need to visit in Canada.

Cloudraker Skybridge at Whistler Peak, B.C.

This highest suspension bridge in Canada is definitely not for the faint of heart. Swaying a massive 2,000 feet above the Whistler Bowl, the caged bottom allows you to see through for a full 360 degree experience.

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, B.C.

This 450-foot long bridge, which suspends 230 feet above Capilano River is truly a Vancouver landmark and an absolute must on your suspension bridge bucket list. Drawing in over a million adventurers each year, the park also offers other attractions like the Cliff Walk and Treetop Adventures.

Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge at Sea to Sky Gondola, B.C.

The Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge, which overlooks Howe Sound, offers breathtaking views of steep-sided fjords and coastal forest. Even the journey up is enough to blow you away. Take the 10-minute gondola ride and enjoy the views of beautiful British Columbia landscape through the floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

Montmorency Falls Suspension Bridge, Quebec

Only a short trip from downtown Quebec City, this suspension bridge spans over the impressive Montmorency Falls, which are nearly 100 feet higher than Niagara Falls. Brave the 487-step staircase or take the cable car — you’re going to absolutely love these year-round views. There’s also a 985-foot double zip line, if you’re feeling especially gutsy.

Canyon Sainte-Anne, Quebec

This hidden gem is well worth the longer half-hour drive from Quebec City. At Canyon Sainte-Anne, you will get to explore the gorge from three different suspension bridges, including one that is 196 feet high. The thunderous waterfalls and the jagged rocks of the billion-year-old Canadian Shield can be viewed from six unique lookouts.

Eagle Canyon Adventures Suspension Bridge, Ontario

This is the longest suspension bridge in Canada at 600 feet! Eagle Canyon Adventures is also home to Canada’s longest and fastest zip line, where adrenaline junkies can fly above the lush forest and mountain trails at 45 mph. The downfall is that it’s not open year-round like some of our other favourites.

Scenic Caves Nature Adventures Suspension Bridge, Ontario

This 420-foot suspension bridge is southern Ontario’s longest and is only two hours from Toronto. The bridge offers up spectacular views of the crystal blue waters and chiseled cliffs of the Georgian Bay below. Open year-round, you can walk the suspension bridge in snowshoes in the winter and explore some of their many natural caves in the summer.

Fundy Trail Parkway Suspension Bridge, New Brunswick

Stretching across the Big Salmon River and surrounded by thick bush of towering Pine trees, this 275-foot suspension bridge offers a complete rugged wilderness experience. The 2,559-hectares of Fundy Trail Parkway is full of lookouts and beaches, plus over 30 km of hiking and biking trails.

Pisew Falls Suspension Bridge, Manitoba

You can take in one of the largest waterfalls in Manitoba from a suspension bridge that spans the lower part of the falls at Pisew Falls Provincial Park. Continue down the tough seven-mile hike, which starts at the bridge, to see the Kwasitchewan Falls. The hike takes around 12 hours.

Yukon Suspension Bridge, Northwest Territories

If you ever find yourself in Whitehorse, don’t miss out on the chance to walk just 65 feet above the rushing white-water rapids of the Tutshi River on this 57-foot suspension bridge. Marvel at the dramatic peaks of the historic White Pass summit, which is only a few miles away.

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