While some days it may not look it outside, it is actually spring in Ontario. Yay. Spring is basically one step away from summer, so that means, it is outdoor adventure season. And did you know Southern Ontario’s longest suspension bridge is about two hours away from Toronto?

Located at Scenic Caves Nature Adventures, the suspension footbridge is accessible year round (weather dependent), and makes for a true adventure in any season.

“For 420 feet, you’re suspended high above the snowy forest floor with expansive views surrounding you 360 degrees. On a clear day, you can see 10,000 square kilometres – to the far side of Georgian Bay and beyond,” states their website.

If you’re scared of height, don’t worry. There will be a “subtle sway” while you’re on the bridge, but that just adds to the excitement and adventure.

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“Fear not, the bridge is designed to be flexible and bear the weight of snow, ice and many people. Because of its wireframe design, the suspension bridge is suitable for all ages and heights, with a clear view for everyone,” the company said of the bridge movement.

According to the company behind the suspension bridge, Scenic Caves Nature Adventures is situated within “one of Canada’s eighteen UNESCO biosphere reserves and dating back 450 million years, our location is steeped in rich history and heritage.”

Scenic Caves Nature Adventures and the suspension bridge are located at 260 Scenic Caves Road in the Town of the Blue Mountains.

Be sure to check the weather before you head out, and enjoy the hang!