hills to climb,wild sage growing all around ,beautiful creek, the bridge was a little scary to cross,but fun
A suspension bridge like this was a fun little stop. No charge and it can be a bit unnerving for those with an aversion to heights. There is some mining history with the bridge and the vistas are ok but not great. We stopped for about 15 minutes (basically walked across and back and stared a little at the muddy... More
If you are in Drumheller and have time, stop at this bridge and take a walk to the other side of the river. It isn't scarey or creaky hit a well built bridge. Take time to read the signs and get a photo or two.
Walk across this suspension bridge that was used years ago in the coal mining days. It's so enjoyable to feel the movement on the bridge.
My six year old daughter just loved the bridge. Once across we hiked to the top of some of the surrounding hills. It was great!
This was a short 20 minute diversion. There is nothing particular to see or any great views, but the bridge is fun to cross and is an interesting piece of local mining history. It is photogenic and we have some good shots. However, it may not suit everyone as the bridge does sway quite a lot and you can see... More
There's not really much to see here, however it is a free attraction so I can't complain too much. The bridge itself is quite shaky, so if you're afraid of things like that, you may not want to go. The view from the bridge is very pretty though.
At three, my son liked it a lot. For an adult, the suspension bridge is not as exciting as the climbing of the hills and the views on the other side. Good way to spend time.
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