Los Cabos Canyon Bridge is the longest wooden pedestrian and ATV/UTV hanging bridge in the world! It is not only a landmark for Los Cabos and Baja California state, it can also be called, without doubt, an engineering wonder.
The Cabos Canyon Bridge is 1,082.67 feet long, 6.56 feet wide and it stands 164.04 feet above ground at its lowest point. It was created in about two years with exclusively developed Mexican technology in collaboration with MAM Geotecnia (Mexicana de Anclas Mineras) and Best Engineering Firm. We made such a great team, the construction itself was completed in a time record of just four weeks! Its #5, 2″ Swedish steel cables allows The Cabos Canyon Bridge to hold up to 300 persons or 50 ATV’s simultaneously.
Crossing this bridge is totally a new experience! It gives you a great perspective of our glass bottom gondola and the brave bungee bombers making the big jump right in front of you, the trajectory of the Sling Swing as it falls and sways, the riders of the Big Ocho blasting by,, and our guests on our longest zip-line which passes just 3 feet away! You also cannot miss the opportunity of riding an ATV through this amazing landmark to find the red-tail hawk nest that has three generations living on the other side of our canyon.