Under the (Hagwilget) Bridge

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Written by Patrick J. Smith posted on Monday, October 11th, 2010

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On a beautiful BC day, I got together with some friends for a great hike down underneath the Hagwilget Suspension Bridge. The Hagwilget Suspension bridge is more than 250 feet above the river, and is really cool to look at from underneath.

It takes about 15 minutes, to arrive at a rocky little beach underneath the bridge. There is a great fire ring and a picnic table there for people to enjoy a lunch a quick snack and a rest in the sun. we took our time with lunch and such, we took a walk down by the river. The Bulkley river runs through the Hagwilget canyon and later meets up with the Skeena river down by ‘Ksan.

We all enjoyed sticking our feet in the water and finding interesting rocks, while all the time just having a really nice day all together. The hike to under the bridge is very easy, and is well-kept making it a good adventure for the whole family.

Author: Josh Wrigley

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