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Check Out the Longest Suspension Footbridge in Canada this Spring

Hopefully, you don’t have a fear of heights, but if you do this gigantic suspension bridge could help you conquer your nightmares.  It is like walking through the sky as you walk this footbridge over an ancient canyon. Northwest of Dorion, Ontario is the Eagle Canyon suspension footbridge that spans a staggering 600-feet from end…

Hopefully, you don’t have a fear of heights, but if you do this gigantic suspension bridge could help you conquer your nightmares.  It is like walking through the sky as you walk this footbridge over an ancient canyon.

Northwest of Dorion, Ontario is the Eagle Canyon suspension footbridge that spans a staggering 600-feet from end to end.  The top attraction in the Lake Superior Circle dwarfs the previous national record for a bridge of its type that spanned 200 ft.  The Eagle Canyon suspension bridge sits 152 feet off of the canyon floor which gives this unique bridge an unbelievable view.

It’s not the only bridge in the area either as there is a bridge further down the canyon that stretches 300 feet across.  Both bridges give you an eagle eye view of the towering cliff sides and forest.  You can also follow the trail to the bottom of the canyon for a scenic hike along the spring-fed lake.

If you’re looking for more of a thrill, there is also a zip line that stretches a half mile to the canyon floor.  Canada’s longest, fastest zip line will take you up to 45 miles per hour through Eagle Canyon.

For more information, you can visit the Eagle Canyon Adventures website, here.

Author: Daily Ting