Walk Across The Bear Canyon Suspension Bridge For A Gorgeous View Of Utah’s Fall Colors

October is usually the best month for fall foliage in Utah, and this year is no exception. Grab a pair of hiking shoes and get outdoors to see it in all its splendor — it often doesn’t last for long!

One great spot right now is the Bear Canyon Suspension Bridge in Draper. It’s a fun, easy stroll with some great scenery, and it’s great for kids and pets, too.

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Have you hiked across the Bear Canyon Suspension Bridge this fall? We’d love to see your photos in the comments!

Looking for more fall foliage around the state? Check out the beautiful fall colors at Cascade Springs, and make sure to pay a visit to Red Butte Garden — it’s a great place to see the changing leaves.

Address: 12625 Highland Dr, Draper, UT 84020, USA