We were the only ones there at the time, I didn't walk over because I was too scared but the kids had fun!
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There is a free car park in front of the bridge and minimal walking to it. A good view along the river and the far side was interesting too. The history of the bridge and area well signed. A long suspension bridge as such we...More
Although I hate heights, I walked all the way across this bridge on a windy day. It was scary, but a really neat bridge. Once across there are nice hiking paths and on the other side (parking lot) some picnic tables and washrooms.
My wife and I visited Drumheller and the surrounding area last week and one of our stops was the Rosedale Suspension Bridge. This is an enjoyable stop that offers visitors a nice view of the Red Deer River and embankments, the closed Star Mine coal...More
A short suspension bridge across the Red Deer River. Well maintained and quite stable. Nothing on either side to see, really, but worth the short diversion off the highway.
If you love to take photograph of bridges, take one here all of the Rosedale suspension bridge. Located in Drumheller, The breach of a spectacular view of the river and the experience walking over from one side of the base to the added bank will...More
This is just one of the lovely pieces of our Canadian history that has been preserved for our enjoyment. It is such a well built suspension bridge, and it has been looked after, so that everyone may cross the river and experience it.