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Windy “Bridge To Nowhere”

We went to “The Bridge To Nowhere” this week.  An isolated road bridge over the San Gabriel River in Azusa, Southern California.  It was built in 1936.  It was meant to be part of a road connecting the San Gabriel Valley with Wrightwood.

It was an extremely windy day, we almost left it for another day and just go back home.

However, we continued despite the weather, and it was a very exciting adventure!

There is a very nice trail there

We actually took more challenging paths than the designated, and climbed up and down a few hills.

We saw some big horn sheep.  They certainly didn’t have any concerns going up and down in the steep landscape!

There are lots of river crossings in this trail.

After a long and exciting hike we reached “The Bridge To Nowhere”, which takes you exactly there: nowhere.  It ends up against the mountains.

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3 Responses to “Windy “Bridge To Nowhere””

  1. It looks really chilly in the first 4 pictures. The big horned sheep were going up and down that? wow.

  2. It was pretty chilly and pretty windy! Hard to keep the eyes open sometimes and the current in the river was going in two directions, one due to gravity, the other due to the wind!

    The sheep were going everywhere! Lol! V

  3. WOW! Looks very,very beautiful and spiritual Victoria? You really are at one..stick close to nature you’ll learn so,soo much especially you trust in that! looks like where i train everyday..Awesome stuff remember your number 1! Pictures are stunning..Xo is this the 3’rd secret? V thanks for the book suggestions as well very much appreciated..M.A

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