SkyBridge Michigan is now open as the world's longest timber-towered suspension bridge.
After more than a year in the works, SkyBridge Michigan made its debut to the public on Oct. 15, hosting thousands of guests on opening weekend.
A pedestrian bridge, SkyBridge Michigan is positioned between the peaks of McLouth and Disciples Ridge and is located at Boyne Mountain Resort, 118. Standing at approximately 1,200 feet long, bridge visitors will experience panoramic views of Boyne Valley and this season's fall foliage.
The SkyBridge Michigan experience starts with a chairlift ride to the mountain top taking in the picturesque fall foliage. Following, visitors embark on the open-air walk across the bridge's suspended five-foot-wide walking surface 118 feet above Boyne Valley. Upon crossing, guests make a return trip back across the bridge.
SkyBridge Michigan is open daily at 10 a.m. to dusk through Oct. 31; Friday-Sunday only on Nov. 4-Dec. 4; and then open daily for the winter season beginning Dec. 9.
Admission is free-$25, depending on age; visit boynemountain.com/skybridge-michigan.