Spend The Day Exploring These Four Pedestrian Foot Bridges In Oregon
By Sarah McCosham|Published November 18, 2021
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There’s something so magical about happening upon a pedestrian foot bridge whilst traipsing through the Oregon forest. These winsome wooden structures add an enchanting, fairy-tale quality to a hike that’s downright Tolkienesque. This is why the Latourell Falls Loop Trail is such a find. This lovely three-mile loop trail within the Gorge features not one, not two, not even three, but four pedestrian foot bridges — and a wondrous waterfall! — making for a totally enchanting day hike adventure in Oregon.
Have you ever hiked the Latourell Falls Loop Trail? What an amazing adventure! Learn more about this lovely hike by visiting AllTrails. And for another epic hiking adventure in Oregon, check out the trek at Drift Creek Falls.
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