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All reviews afraid of heights free attraction red deer fun walk across the river lots of parking view of the river picnic tables quick stop interesting history coal mining short drive nice stop stretch your legs worth a stop hoo doos few minutes
This is a free attraction but certainly not for the faint hearted. It crosses the river to the old Star Mine site where there are lots of walks to follow. The bridge itself is quite bouncy and only 20 people are allowed on at once...More
Response from kayceelaw | Reviewed this property |
I imagine it would still be safe to go on the bridge but I would not venture past it on the other side. The metal will likely be slippery so I would advise caution.
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Drumheller recommendations (3 Replies)
Hello, I have family coming over, and I would love to take them to Drumheller for a day trip. I have an uncle that is elderly, so I don't think long hikes would be suitable for us. I'm thinking of visiting the museum, and the hoodoos. Are there any other places that I can fit in without it being too rushed for a day trip? I see that there is the Little Church, Horsethief Canyon, Horseshoe Canyon, Hrkney Hill Lookout, and the Rosedale Suspension Bridge. Also, any recommendations for...More
May 23, 2017|
Response fromSuzanne D|
Whenever someone does the drive to Drumheller, I always suggest a stop at Dry Island Buffalo Jump off highway 21 near Three Hills. And highway 21 is a nice alternative to highway 2.
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