Washington June 26, 2015
You’ll Want To Cross These 10 Jaw Dropping Bridges in Washington
Bridges are built to be crossed! Have you ever been over any of these 10 amazing overpasses in Washington?
1. Montlake Bridge
This majestic bridge is located between University District and Montlake in Seattle.
2. Grays River Covered Bridge
In Wahkiakum County you'll discover the only covered bridge still in use as a public highway in Washington!
3. Kettle Falls Bridges
Catch a glimpse of these eye-catching steel bridges over the Columbia River!
4. The Blue Bridge
A remarkable four-lane overpass, officially named the Pioneer Memorial Bridge, that connects Pasco to Kennewick in Eastern Washington.
5. Nutty Narrows Bridge
An adorable squirrel bridge in Longview that holds the title of the "World's Narrowest Bridge", as well as "World's Narrowest Animal Crossing."
6. Deception Pass Bridge
This gorgeous bridge has two spans - one over Canoe Pass to the north and another over Deception Pass to the south, connecting Whidbey Island & Fidalgo Island.
7. Evergreen Point Floating Bridge (Also known as Albert D. Rosellini Bridge, and commonly called the SR 520 Bridge or 520 Bridge)
This unusual floating overpass spans over Lake Washington from Montlake to Medina.
8. Fairfax Bridge
You can snap a tremendous photo in Melmont at this arch bridge on State Route 165, over the Carbon River.
9. Monroe Street Bridge
This deck arch bridge spans over the sparkling Spokane River!
10. High Steel Bridge
You can score an impressive view on this bridge over the Skokomish River in Mason County! There's also an old, abandoned railway bridge nearby in Shelton named the Vance Creek Bridge, though visitors are deterred as it is private property.
The Tacoma Narrows Bridge, Fremont Bridge, and Lewis & Clark Bridge are also notable to see, but of course, there are several more astonishing bridges around our state! Feel free to add YOUR favorites in the comments below!