Take a look at Canada’s highest suspension bridge: It will come with a walkway that will let visitors cross a canyon from a breathtaking height of 426 feet

If you wish to go on a walk while catching the most stunning views in Canada, we’ve got good news for you! The highest ever suspension bridge is about to open in the country that promises grand vistas from a height of 426 ft! Yes, that’s right!

Called the ‘Golden Skybridge,’ the architectural wonder also consists of another suspension bridge hanging lower – at an elevation of 262 ft. Both the bridges are connected by a woodland footpath totaling three kilometers (1.8 miles) in length, with the entire experience packing in 360-degree views of sprawling alpine vistas and a 200ft (61m) waterfall.

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The skybridge houses an outdoor courtyard and café at the base that will provide visitors with the perfect rest stops along the mesmerizing mountain journey. It also features a tandem bungee swing and 1,200-metre- (3,937ft) zipline spanning the canyon for the adventure-loving folks.

The project is brought to fruition by adventure travel firm Pursuit in partnership with a group of local developers led by Paul Deutsch and Rav Soomal. Commenting on it, David Barry, the President of Pursuit, said: “We are focused on connecting guests to iconic places through unforgettable and inspiring experiences.”

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He further added, “Whether you’re staying in Golden or making it a stop along your journey between Alberta and British Columbia, the Golden Skybridge will soon become an iconic experience for Canadian and international visitors alike.”

The ‘Golden Skybridge’ will open in May 2021.

[Via: Golden Sky Bridge]

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