The Bridge To Nowhere In The Middle Of The Southern California Woods Will Capture Your Imagination
Nestled in the Sheep Mountain Wilderness near Mount Baldy is the amazing Bridge to Nowhere hike. This delightful hiking trail will inspire you to wonder about the bridge’s original purpose, how it was built, and how you can best capture it in photos! The best way to access this bridge is by taking the East Fork Trail, which itself offers up delightful hidden gems and natural features along the way.
When you first approach the bridge, you’ll see that it almost blends into the rocky mountains around it. The similarly colored wood seems to come out of nowhere when you get closer to it, piquing the curiosity of everyone who walks over.
If you’re feeling really brave, you can join the fearless visitors who bungee jump off the bridge! If you prefer to be an observer, there’s plenty of opportunity for that as well.
Keep in mind that the Bridge to Nowhere hike is a pretty significant length, totaling about nine and a half miles. Tackling the entire trek will take the average hiker a little over four and a half hours to walk.
If you need some assistance deciding on your route, there are maps posted to tell you where to go to see all the fantastic attributes of the Bridge to Nowhere hike and the surrounding area.
Further along in the wilderness, you’ll see lots of beautiful sights, including some nice water features, perfect for the warmer months.
No matter the time of year, the view of the river is just gorgeous. You’ll feel surrounded by peaceful nature.
Be sure to check out the beautiful waterfall on your way along the hike too. It’s definitely worth your time to make the journey over the Bridge to Nowhere. Anyone who hikes even a fraction of the trail will be led to some amazing places!
You’ve never had this much fun hiking to “nowhere!” For detailed trail information, take a look at the
Bridge to Nowhere’s AllTrails listing.
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