Ross River Suspension Bridge
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.
The suspension bridge is on the edge of town in Ross River, on the North Canol Highway in Central Yukon.
Upload a clear picture of yourself standing on the Ross River suspension bridge and make sure to hold the “CKRW 50 Years” sign and a date the photo was taken.
Have a peak at some submissions from Ross River Suspension Bridge
Check out the other locations - click on a Location to find out more!
- Ross River Suspension Bridge
- Soldier’s Summit
- Teslin Heritage Centre
- Watson Lake Sign Post Forest
- Miles Canyon Lookout
- Carcross Desert
- Dredge #4 Dawson City
- Five Finger Rapids
- Million Dollar Falls
- Otter Falls
- Keno Hill Sign Post
Click on a link below to learn more about the contest
How to Play
We’ve designated 12 locations throughout the territory
Upload your Photo
Click Here to Upload Your Photo
Get a picture of yourself holding a “CKRW 50 Years” sign with the date at a location
We want to be sure you understand what’s required before you start!
For each location, you’re entered to win one of nine incredible prizes from local businesses!
Terms & Conditions
All CKRW’s regular Contest Terms and Conditions apply with the addition of the following please click here
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