World's Most Spectacular Pedestrian Bridges
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World's Most Spectacular Pedestrian Bridges

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Courtesy of Capilano Suspension Bridge

Pedestrian bridges are going to cool new heights, turning the need to get from here to there into an adventure.

Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia

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Come face-to-face with wildlife in Vancouver's lush treetop ecosystem while strolling this skinny 450-foot-long canopy bridge that floats 230 feet above the Capilano River. Just 10 miles from downtown, the bridge dates back to 1889, when a Scottish civil engineer strung a hemp rope and cedar plank to his isolated cabin.

A Growing Trend: The Capilano forest also features a new 650-foot-long network of bridges and viewing platforms connecting several of the towering Douglas fir trees. And the concept has taken hold—canopy walks have lately been built in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest and Borneo's Danum Valley. 

World's Most Spectacular Pedestrian Bridges

Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia

Come face-to-face with wildlife in Vancouver's lush treetop ecosystem while strolling this skinny 450-foot-long canopy bridge that floats 230 feet above the Capilano River. Just 10 miles from downtown, the bridge dates back to 1889, when a Scottish civil engineer strung a hemp rope and cedar plank to his isolated cabin.

A Growing Trend: The Capilano forest also features a new 650-foot-long network of bridges and viewing platforms connecting several of the towering Douglas fir trees. And the concept has taken hold—canopy walks have lately been built in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest and Borneo's Danum Valley. 

Courtesy of Capilano Suspension Bridge
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