ERi Celebrates Awe-Inspiring Milestone For SkyBridge Michigan

Experiential Resources (“ERi”) has completed the installation of the main suspension cables and has begun work on the center span for SkyBridge Michigan, set to be the world’s longest timber-towered suspension bridge.

Experiential Resources (“ERi”) has released a video sharing the latest construction update for SkyBridge Michigan, a 1,200-foot-long [365 meter] suspension bridge being built at Boyne Mountain Resort in Boyne Falls, Michigan, USA.

The video shows the two main suspension cables in place, as well as the installation of vertical suspender cables that will support the 1,023-foot-long [311 meter] walking deck of the bridge. Highlighting the professionals performing the work at about 130 feet [40 meters] in the air, the scenes can be both beautiful and intimidating depending on an individual viewer’s comfort level with heights.

SkyBridge Michigan is designed and built by ERi and will be the world’s longest timber-towered suspension bridge. Designed to be open year-round, visitors to the bridge can enjoy breathtaking views of the Boyne Valley, fall colors, and snowboarders and skiers beneath them, all from 118 feet [36 meters] in the air.

View the video here:

About ERi – Experiential Resources

Since 1993, ERi has designed and built innovative and exciting suspension bridge, zipline, and aerial adventure experiences. The company has enthusiastically pioneered the creation of beautiful, world-class attractions, including both the longest zipline and longest suspension bridge in Hawaii. Their most notable project to date has been the Gatlinburg SkyBridge in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, USA which in just over three years has served multiple millions of happy guests.

Source: Financial Content

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