This bridge in Ontario is by far one of the most spectacular adventures with stunning views of a rushing waterfall as outdoor enthusiasts embark on the trail. The White River Suspension Bridge Trail is a must this summer and here’s what to know.

Located in Pukaskwa National Park, this challenging hike is also a rewarding one, thanks to the scenic views you’ll get to enjoy.

According to Parks Canada, this is the ultimate “walk in the park” that stretches across 18 km.

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This trail leads past a prescribed burn site “that illuminates the life, death and rebirth of the boreal forest” and soon becomes a wooden boardwalk atop wetland.

Travel through the Canadian Shield terrain and make a pit stop at Playter Harbour campsite.

Once you’re fueled up, the journey continues through the White River Suspension Bridge, a scenic bridge set 23 metres above the powerful Chigamiwinigum Falls.

“Marvel at the view, sign the logbook to mark your accomplishment, and ponder a future visit,” says Parks Canada.

This scenery will definitely make you want to plan a return, especially because this is only the beginning of the famous 60-kilometre Coastal Hiking Trail at Pukaskwa.

Unlike some other scenic bridges in our province, this is an experience you have to work for.

But it’s totally worth it.

White River Suspension Bridge Trail

When: Open until mid-October 2024
Where: Pukaskwa National Park, Heron Bay, Ontario