Did you know suspension bridges can’t sustain as much weight as other bridges?
About two hours from Toronto, close to the Blue Mountains, is Scenic Caves Suspension Bridge. Scenic Caves is home to Southern Ontario’s longest suspension bridge and ripe for great Instagram moments (come on, I know you’re already thinking of it).
To get to the Suspension Bridge, one must use snowshoes – they won’t let you go down the trail without them as it’s apparently too snowy for boots. It was still an interesting experience. We kept developing snowballs in our showshoes, which make it difficult to maneuver – so make sure you keep that in mind.
Once we get to the bridge, there’s nobody actually there but it was a site to see (maybe it was a slow day or because it’s Winter). Do check out the vlog below for even better views. I’ve been to Capilano Suspension Bridge in Vancouver, which I think has a different vibe, but Scenic Caves is still worth doing for a day trip. There are other activities too, like zip lining and cave exploring. But since it was winter, we didn’t get the chance to explore those.
Have you been to Scenic Caves Suspension Bridge? If so, what do you think?