There's A Secret Bridge Hidden In The Chengwatana State Forest In Minnesota, And It Is Truly Beautiful
By Betsy Rathburn|Published October 06, 2020
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In the past, we’ve covered some truly superlative bridges in Minnesota. The Land of 10,000 Lakes is home to charming, old-fashioned covered bridges as well as brand-new spans that cross high over the water. Today, we want to add another interesting bridge to the mix. It isn’t the oldest or highest, but it certainly has a beauty all its own. Hidden off the road in the Chengwatana State Forest, this little-known footbridge crosses the Snake River of Pine County. If you’re craving peace and quiet in a natural setting, this bridge is well worth the walk to get there.