Heather Mountain LodgeClosePathInstagramLinkedInTwitterVimeo

Golden Bridges: From Canada’s Highest Suspension Bridge To Natural Wonders

Canada’s Highest Suspension Bridge

Golden BC will take you to new heights with its stunning bridges, including the world famous Golden Suspension Bridge. Getting an elevated, pedestrian friendly vantage point from the swinging suspension bridge is one of the most attractive ways to see the beauty that surrounds this small mountain town. This 3km Columbia Valley hike enable visitors to walk across Canada’s Highest suspension bridge, 426 feet above the canyon floor.

Golden Suspension Bridge with mountains in the backgroundA visitor walking on the Golden Suspension Bridge

More ‘Golden’ Bridges

Kicking Horse Pedestrian Bridge

The Golden Suspension Bridge isn’t the only beautiful bridge in the town of Golden. The Kicking Horse Pedestrian bridge is a timber-frame walking bridge that connects the rotary walking paths with the spirit square in downtown Golden BC. Watch the glacial waters as they cascade down into the Columbia River at Confluence Park .

More Golden Bridges - The Kicking Horse Pedestrian Bridge

Park Bridge

Fourteen kilometers up the Kicking Horse River, between Golden and Field BC, on your way to and from Lake Louise, you can also stop at the Kicking Horse Rest Area on theĀ  Trans Canada Highway pull out to look at the Park Bridge and watch the raging river and the whitewater rafts that flow below it.

Park Bridge with train below

A Bridge To Nature

Last but not least make sure you stop off at the Natural Bridge in Field British Columbia. This is a quick stop just off the Trans-Canada highway and certainly worth exploring if you are visiting Emerald Lake or traveling through on your way to and from Golden BC.

A natural bridge in Field, BC

Your Bridge To Adventure

From Kicking Horse Pass at Field BC to Golden BC, the Kicking Horse River collects the mountain snow melts, and rages all the way down to the Columbia River. It then surprisingly turns north and continues to build in volume through Columbia Valley wetlands, feeding into Kinbasket Lake just below Heather Mountain Lodge. This area is full of bridges to be discovered, including the historic Stoney Creek Rail Bridge, and even the old foundations of the Loop Brook Bridge, just a short away from the ruins of Glacier House in Glacier National Park Rogers Pass.

Looking for the perfect bridge to nature? Heather Mountain Lodge in Glacier National Park location, halfway between Golden and Revelstoke, British Columbia, is a perfect base for your nature adventures. With friendly, knowledgeable staff, we’re here to help you bridge the gap – get in touch today.

Stoney Creek Rail Bridge

the ruins of Glacier House in Glacier National Park Rogers Pass