Hawaii August 13, 2015
You’ll Want To Cross These 16 Amazing Bridges In Hawaii
Though the Hawaiian Islands may not have a plethora of rivers and lakes, the Aloha State is still full of gorgeous bridges over streams, creeks, and even land. From swinging rope footbridges to massive feats of engineering, bridges in Hawaii are about as different as the people who reside here.
1) One of the three major highways on Oahu, much of H-3 is suspended between the Ko’olau Mountain Range and the valley below.
2) This swinging bridge, constructed in 1911 and rebuilt in 1922, is the only way to access the Taro fields across the Hanapepe River.
3) The Anahulu Bridge runs through the sleep town of Haleiwa, located on Oahu’s north shore. The bridge floats above a canal feeding into the bay – a popular spot for SUP and kayak rentals.
4) This footbridge on the Big Island is a little intimidating.
5) The Hana Bridge appears to have been reclaimed by nature.
6) The Kuhio Highway Bridge on the way from Princeville to Hanalei on Kauai is one-lane with a stunning backdrop.
7) On the way to Manoa Falls on Oahu is this rusted pedestrian bridge.
8) The Ford Island Bridge is 4,700 feet long, and carries military traffic from Pearl Harbor to Ford Island.
9) A pretty rope bridge connects guests of the Kaanapali Resort to snorkeling spots and open-air restaurants.
10) The Hakalau Bridge, located on the Big Island, is gorgeous in contrast to the ocean.
11) An orchid tree lives near this old stone bridge in upcountry Maui.
12) Better not dive off of this bridge.
13) What is more romantic than a walk across a bridge, in the rain, at sunset?
14) Would you trust this old highway bridge?
15) What a picturesque location at the Queen Lili’uokalani Gardens in Hilo.
16) There's something so beautiful about looking up at a bridge, isn't there?
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