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SkyBridge Michigan Hits Major Milestone This Week with Rising of Timber Towers

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SkyBridge Michigan at Boyne Mountain Resort hit a major milestone in its construction with the rising of its timber towers.

The towers measure over 50-feet high and nearly 70-feet long anchoring both ends of the bridge. They are designed to reflect the logging heritage of northern Michigan.

SkyBridge Michigan is set to become the world’s longest timber-towered suspension bridge at 1,200-feet long. The walking surface will hang suspended 118-feet from the ground level and show views of the surrounding Boyne Valley.

The bridge is expected to open in September, and it will be opened year-round.

To learn more about the bridge, .