Rosedale Suspension Bridge

The Star Mine Suspension Bridge is a 117-metre long pedestrian suspension bridge that crosses the Red Deer River in Rosedale, just outside of Drumheller, Alberta. Constructed in 1931, the bridge was built for the coal workers of Star Mine. Although once used by miners, the bridge is now a favourite among locals for fishing and to access great Badlands terrain. Enjoy hiking, hill climbing, a day-use area, and a great opportunity for sightseeing. Free attraction.