North Vancouver’s newest suspension bridge is now open.
The Seymour River Suspension bridge spans over the Seymour River Canyon. It connects Fisherman’s Trail to Twin Bridge Trail where hikers and cyclists frequently visit.
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It was originally scheduled to open in mid-November, but officially opened to the public today.
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The new development helps improve trail connections after a rockslide hit back in 2014.
The rockslide took place just one kilometre north of Riverside Drive where it blocked off part of the Seymour River, causing flooding to the area which closed a number of trails. After that, the original Twin Bridges were removed.
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