Above the Canadian Sunwapta Valley, you can admire from a bird’s-eye view the glittering glaciers, mountain peaks and wildlife spread out below.
The 30-meter long Glacier Skywalk, opened in 2014, is located 280 meters above Jasper National Park, in Canada's Sunwapte Valley.
The glass system used for the skywalk consists of four layers, of which the lower three are fixed tempered safety glasses. The fourth, that is, the top glass layer plays a special role, because the visitors walk on it, therefore it can easily be changed if it is scratched or a small piece breaks out of it.
A rush of adrenaline is guaranteed at the skywalk, especially near the railing.