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The two highest suspension bridges in Canada just opened in B.C. (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

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The Golden Skybridge attraction opened in 2021 in Golden, BC and features the highest suspension bridges in Canada with alpine vistas in all directions.

The highest suspension bridge in Canada has opened its soaring, mountaintop attraction to the public in British Columbia. 

In May 2021, Pursuit launched the Golden Skybridge: a multi-season mountain experience that features two expansive suspension bridges connected by forested trails at the edge of two iconic Canadian mountain ranges. 

Located in southeast British Columbia 90 minutes from Banff, the mountain town of Golden is surrounded by six Canadian national mountain parks.

The newly constructed bridges, sitting at 130 and 80 metres high respectively, offer dramatic 360-degree views of expansive alpine vistas. The views also include a roaring 61-metre waterfall and a serene mountain river in the deep canyon below. 

The Golden Skybridge also features a three-kilometre-long nature walk weaving throughout the park and across both suspension bridges. Viewing platforms provide guests with further opportunities to take in picturesque landscapes. 

An outdoor courtyard and café at the experience base provide a pre-and post-stop rest along the mountain journey, too. 

Have a look at some of the photos and videos that were taken by visitors to the stunning, mountaintop attraction. 


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For more adventurous explorers, the Golden Skybridge will also feature a tandem bungee swing and 1,200 metre zipline spanning the canyon, opening later this summer.