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Calgary's +15 Skywalk, Calgary

Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
At 18km (11mi), Calgary's +15 Skywalk represents an extensive pedestrian skywalk system. The network of 59 bridges, at an elevation of 4.5 m (15 ft) above the ground (hence the name), set an architectural precedent in 1970, when it was constructe. The covered skywalk system makes it easy to get from A to B quickly, or avoid bad weather. You can also go shopping, or stop for a drink or lunch at one of the many little stores and restaurants along the way. By using one of the three levels (there are +30 and +45 as well), you can experience an unusual view of the city. Put Calgary's +15 Skywalk at the forefront of your travel plans using our Calgary itinerary builder.
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  • Just amazing. When our local contact walked us almost all through the business district and we never once touched the street. Amazing concept 
  • There's an exceptional section of Calgary's vast Plus 15 system that links City Hall to the Glenbow Museum. It travels through the Arts Commons block, which houses several of Calgary's theatres and a ...  read more »
  • I noticed that you can traverse the entire Center inside of these tubes. On the first floor of every building has a full trade, as if it were on the street, restaurants, laundries, etc. This system was created by a city planner named Harold Hanen. He was very visionary, don't you think? After all, this is the longest Skywalk system in the world, with 16 km, then you understand why have so few people on the street. I confess that I thought it was very suffocating and as good girl that I am, I'm lost, I walked in circles and couldn't wait to get back to the street, hehehe. I imagine that when the temperature is at negative 30 I go find the best thing in the world.
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