Suspension Bridges on the Sea to Sky Trail Mentioned in CCE Magazine

An article about the Klohn Crippen Berger designed Sea to Sky Bridge and Train Wreck Bridge in Whistler was published in the May 2018 issue of the Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine. You can read the article on p. 20 of the magazine.

Klohn Crippen Berger provided design and construction management services to the Resort Municipality of Whistler for two new pedestrian suspension bridges over the Cheakamus River near Whistler, BC. These bridges link together key recreational trail segments, providing access to nature for all trail users to enjoy.

You can also read more about the bridges in our blog article Project-in-Focus: Designing Suspension Bridges on the Sea to Sky Trail.

The Sea to Sky Bridge replaces the old decommissioned forestry bridge pictured beside it.

The Sea to Sky Bridge replaces the old decommissioned forestry bridge pictured beside it.

Train Wreck Bridge

Train Wreck Bridge

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