This might not be considered as a bridge exactly, but it does offer an interesting option. By arcing out over the edge of a mountain it provides an amazing view of the Canadian Jasper National Park. I like the idea of not creating a straight line and allowing people to meander. This research has presented the idea of circling back onto the same side of the canal. If someone doesn't want to cross the canal, but simply be in the space that the bridge creates, then why force them to go back on themselves via the same route that they came from? Why not create an experience all the way around, a journey to the same place they came from.