Nestled in the Lynn Canyon Park, the Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge was built in 1912 over 160 feet from the canyon mouth. Now a popular vantage points to explore the further trails and water bodies in the park, this pedestrian bridge will offer you a thrilling experience while walking along it as it shakes and moves quite precariously! The Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge is accessible to all free of cost and is connected with hiking trails on each side, one of them being the Baden Power Trail. After crossing the Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge, you can take a dip in the 30 feet pool or take the boardwalk to reach the Twin Falls. Further exploring, you can find the Seymour Demonstration Forest and the Rice Lake located at top of the trail.
How to Reach Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge
- Cover on foot