Attention, thrill seekers! Did you know that Canada’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge is in Ontario? The iconic bridge is located at Eagle Canyon and it opens for the season this month. Here’s what you need to know.

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The suspension bridge opens for the season on May 15th, open seven days a week from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM until October 15th.

According to Eagles Canyon, the bridge “extends an amazing 600 feet across the canyon and hangs at a height of 152 feet above the canyon floor.”

And there’s more! If that sounds a little too scary there is also a smaller bridge which spans 300 feet across the canyon and 125 feet above the canyon floor.

The journey doesn’t end once you cross the bridge as there are numerous wilderness trails to explore.

Guests can even descend down into the canyon via stairs and hike along the canyon lake shoreline for a complete grand tour of the grounds.

There’s a pretty cool way to get back to the bottom of the canyon if you’re looking for even more adventure – an all new zipline!

For those not able to make the adventurous trek, free shuttle buses are available from the visitor centre/gift shop to the top of the canyon.

All visitors to Eagle Canyon have to sign in and pay the entry fee, priced at $22 per adult and $12 per children ages 4-8.

Entry is free for children 4 and under.

Don’t forget to snap some pics, Ontario!

Eagle Canyon Suspension Footbridge

When: Open May 15th – October 15th from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Where: Eagle Canyon, 275 Valley Rd, Dorion, ON
Cost: $12-$22 per person