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Ross River Suspension Bridge

Fun Fact
The Ross River suspension bridge was built in 1943 as part of the Canol pipeline system, which connected NWT oil wells to a Whitehorse refinery. Repairs on the 316-metre suspension footbridge were completed last summer, and the Ross River Suspension Bridge is once again open for pedestrians to cross the Pelly River.

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The suspension bridge is on the edge of town in Ross River, on the North Canol Highway in Central Yukon.

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    We’ve designated 12 locations throughout the territory

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