Improvement District No. 12
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西溪老翁Glacier Skywalk (Glacier Skywalk) is a rocky mountain icefield glass bridge built in 2014 and open to tourists. It has now become a new scenic landmark in Canada. The Skywalk Glass Bridge is an artificially constructed suspended semi-circular corridor at the steep Senwapta Gorge, on a cliff about 300 meters from the bottom of the canyon. At the entrance of the icefield glass bridge, the administrator will give each visitor a voice player to introduce the design intent of the "sky walk", simple construction techniques, designers, surrounding geology and landforms, mountain peaks and valleys names and basic data introduction and many more. By selecting the button of the player, you can select various languages in the world. The side of the road is marked with a clear label. Press this number on the button, and the voice player will start to broadcast and introduce the scenery information that you have seen standing in this area. There are guardrails along the trails, so you can easily watch the surrounding and valley scenery. The two ends of the arc of the glass bridge are connected to the cliff, and a glass fiber reinforced plastic corridor is laid on the arc, and the width of the corridor is about 1.5 meters. On both sides of the corridor, there are 1.5 meters high glass fiber reinforced plastic safety fences, which look very spectacular and thrilling. Icefield Skywalk allows visitors to walk at an altitude of 300 meters and watch the surrounding beautiful glacier scenery, with a bird's eye view of the Sunwapta Canyon, mountain waterfalls and rivers.
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成都老王头June snow on Icefield Avenue after the summer solstice on June 21.
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cparisshThis lake is very beautiful, although it is not very well-known, we also used mobile phone navigation to check the map before we knew what the name was. Self-driving is indeed very convenient, stop as long as you want, and basically there is no charge.
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Improvement District No. 12 Weather

Oct 25, 2021
-1 ~ 12
Oct 26, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
4 / 10
Oct 27, 2021
Mostly Cloudy
4 / 12
Oct 28, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
1 / 10
Oct 29, 2021
-3 / 10
Oct 30, 2021
Rain and Snow
-5 / 9
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Improvement District No. 12
Oct 25, 2021 Improvement District No. 12 Weather: Showers, Northerly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 79%, Sunrise/Sunset: 08:35/18:38
Improvement District No. 12 Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable

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