The Hurricane Gulch Bridge Is One Of The Tallest Bridges In Alaska
Alaska is built from a series of mountains and valleys, starting at sea level on the coast, and hitting elevations of more than 20,000 feet on our tallest mountain, the highest mountain peak in North America. So naturally, we will need some impressive bridges to get us across this vast state. The Hurricane Gulch Bridge is one of the tallest bridges in Alaska, only surpassed in height by the railroad bridge of the same name.
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