Whistler Suspension Bridge - Would You ?

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Whistler Suspension Bridge – a 427-ft-long (130 meters) suspension bridge at the peak of Whistler Mountain, located at an elevation of about 7,200 ft above sea level. This bridge is about 98 ft (30 metres) longer than the Sea to Sky Gondola’s suspension bridge.

With its completion, it is now one of the highest elevation suspension bridges in the world.

In addition to the bridge, there is also the West Ridge View Point, a viewing platform on the Peak Suspension Bridge. The western edge of the bridge that looks over the edge of a valley-facing cliff.

This cantilevered platform provides 360° views from the peak, jutting 41 ft (12.5 metres) out from the West Ridge and hovering 164 ft (50 metres) above Whistler Bowl.

The new high-elevation sightseeing attraction is accessible by the Peak Express chairlift, which is a short easy walk from the Roundhouse Lodge. There are also various difficult hiking trails that start from the lodge and lead to the mountaintop area and suspension bridge.

The bridge is open year-round and is one of the many adventures that is available to you with your day ticket or season pass.

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