Enjoying the scenic atmosphere of the area around Drumheller. Worth the drive and the walk. Gives an idea of some of the hardships people handled in earlier days!
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Kids and husband loved it, they went for a really nice hike through the hills on the other side and got some amazing pictures, I however, got about 1/3 the way across and chickened out, it doesn't sway much, but enough if people are bouncey...More
The Rosedale Suspension Bridge crosses the Red Deer River. It was used by miners who lived on one side of the river to cross over to get to the coal mines. Coal mining was big business in Alberta for a lot of years and this...More
How many places can you name that has a suspension bridge? This is very worthwhile for the fun of the experience and a touch of history, too. Make your way across the bridge, explore the hills on the other side before you walk back across....More
It is a great place for a quick stop on the way to Drumheller. You could plan a hike up the hill if you wished. Only twenty people are supposed to be on the bridge at a time....Ha, ha, ha...there were way more and no...More
FREE! Worth the effort and short drive to get there. A nice break that really doesn't take long to see and do. You get the opportunity to walk across to the other side. In the distance you see a coal shack and you get a...More