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You Can Wander Through This Amazing 185-Foot Long Suspension Bridge In Utah

Everyone needs to visit a good bridge now and then.
Utah's Bear Canyon Suspension Bridge Boasts Some Seriously Epic Views

The Beehive State is home to several awesome places, but this one is worth checking out. Utah's Bear Canyon Suspension Bridge boasts some seriously epic views. You can enjoy a leisurely walk across and snap great photos on the bridge.

The bridge can be reached easily from several different trails and is perfect for any experience level. If you start from Orson Smith Trailhead Park, it's a quick walk to the suspension bridge and the other trails from there.

The whole loop is just over two miles and gives you great views of the surrounding valleys and Salt Lake City.

It's dog friendly, so you can bring your pup along for the adventure.

Bear Canyon Suspension Bridge sits over Bear Canyon and stretches 185-feet over the ravine. It connects to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, which is a path for a solo hike with great views.

The trails and bridge are perfect for casual strolls or you can opt to use mountain bikes to traverse the terrain.

Since this spot is open year-round, you can venture out there any time you are craving some fresh air.

The trails and the bridge are free to the public and offer great photo ops. You can stop along the trail, grab cool pictures of the ravine or just cross it to get to the other side.

We recommend you pack some snacks and water, as it can get warm on the trail and the distance can work up an appetite.

Grab your phone or camera, a delicious assortment of your favorite treats, and maybe a great Spotify playlist to enjoy while you explore the Bear Canyon Suspension Bridge.

Bear Canyon Suspension Bridge

Price: Free

When: Open 7 days a week

Address: 12626 S Highland Dr., Draper, UT

Why You Need To Go: Cross this awesome suspension bridge while you take in the views of the ravine below before hiking the rest of the trails.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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