This fall, go on an adventure and discover one of the many incredible suspension bridges in Canada. What makes suspension bridges so wonderous is they allow you to enjoy picturesque views of the colourful leaves with your friends. So test your courage and cross one of these tall bridges that will take you over forest canopies, whitewater rapids, or even a waterfall!

Here are eight scenic suspension bridges in Canada that you need to discover this fall:

Pinawa Heritage Suspension Bridge

Price: Free

Address: Pinawa Heritage Suspension Bridge Pinawa, Manitoba

Why you need to go: The 650-foot long bridge takes you above the Pinawa Channel.

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Yukon Suspension Bridge

Price: $18 per person

Address: 97 Wickstrom Road, Whitehorse, Yukon

Why you need to go: This suspension bridge hangs 65 feet above whitewater rapids! 

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Belfountain Conservation Area

Price: $5.75 per person

Address: 10 Credit Street, Belfountain, Ontario

Why you need to go: This suspension bridge will take you across a waterfall!

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Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge

Price: Free

Address: 3663 Park Rd, North Vancouver, British Columbia

Why you need to go: This long suspension bridge crosses a canyon, and is near waterfalls!

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Scenic Caves Suspension Bridge

Price: $26.50 per person

Address: 223-401 Scenic Caves Rd, The Blue Mountains, Ontario

Why you need to go: Enjoy the breathtaking views as you cross the 420-foot long suspension bridge!

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Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge

Price: Free

Address: Trent Dr, Campbellford, Ontario

Why you need to go: Cross the one-kilometre Ranney Falls Trail to enjoy stunning views from the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge and the Ranney Falls.

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Train Wreck Trail

Price: Free

Address: Whistler Quarry Rd, Whistler, British Columbia

Why you need to go: Following the Sea To Sky Trail, you'll cross a suspension bridge that gives you a wonderful view of the Cheakakmus River. 

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Capilano Suspension Bridge

Price: $53.95 per person

Address: 3735 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver, British Columbia

Why you need to go: Test your courage by crossing this 450-foot long bridge that is 230 feet above a river!

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