The Glacier Skywalk, Alberta, Canada. A glass-floored viewpoint that spans over the Sunwapta Valley in Jasper National Park offers an extremely exciting walk. The skywalk, situated on the edge of a cliff, juts out above a 280 m (918 ft) drop. A spectacular views of the Canadian wildlife, glaciers and mountains open from this transparent observation platform.
The park is established in the Canadian Rockies and is the biggest one here. Besides the glaciers and mountains it also features hot springs, lakes, waterfalls and fossils. The adrenaline pumping experience is guaranteed as the hikers get to see amazing panoramic views in front of them and geologically significant rocks below, while having a feeling of walking on the air.
Why to go there?
Great views and exciting experience guaranteed.
When to go there?
All year round.
How to get there?
The Glacier Skywalk is found on the Icefields Parkway. Get there by car from Jasper or Banff or by shuttle from Columbia Icefield Glacier Discovery Centre.
Lead photo by Glacier Skywalk
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