The world’s longest timber-towered suspension bridge is being constructed at Boyne Mountain Resort. Follow along!
SkyBridge Michigan is easily about to become “Michigan’s second bridge,” enticing travelers to take a walk on the wild side. Panoramic valley views and extensive light displays are a guaranteed camera pleaser. Open year round, every season has a reason to take in the views from this architectural masterpiece.
This new attraction is modeled after the wildly successful Gatlinburg SkyBridge at sister property, Gatlinburg SkyLift Park in Tennessee, and is an even more sensational work-of-art with its timber-frame design, a nod to the logging heritage of northern Michigan, with lumber sourced by long-time partner in resort growth, Matelski Lumber.
SkyBridge Michigan is being constructed between the peaks of McLouth to Disciples Ridge with an anticipated opening in September of 2022. Guests will ride one of several chairlifts to the mountain’s top, then take a walk along the exhilarating 1,203-foot long and 118-foot high pedestrian bridge, and can also connect to Boyne Mountain’s extensive paved resort trail system. To learn more, visit 2030.boynemountain.com.
SkyBridge Michigan Webcam
Follow along as the SkyBridge Michigan is being constructed between the peaks of McLouth to Disciples Ridge.