The World’s Longest Timber-Towered Suspension Bridge Is Here In Michigan And It’s An Unforgettable Adventure

Michigan is no stranger to beautiful views, but this particular attraction might just be the best one yet. Michigan recently opened up one of its newest attractions, and it’s certainly impressive in more ways than one. SkyBridge Michigan is the world’s longest timber-towered suspension bridge, and the views are breathtaking…we hope you aren’t afraid of heights!

SkyBridge’s hours change seasonally. Lift passes are good for the entire day, so you can ride up and down as much as you’d like! Visit SkyBridge Michigan’s website to purchase your tickets and learn more. If you’ve visited SkyBridge Michigan, let us know in the comments! While we’re on the subject of bridges, have you ever visited the Mackinac Bridge in Michigan? It’s the longest suspension bridge in the Western Hemisphere, and it’s just as worthy of a visit!

Address: Skybridge Michigan, 1 Boyne Mountain Rd, Boyne Falls, MI 49713, USA

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