Appalachian Trail Bridge

Appalachian Trail Bridge


Snowden, Virginia (VA), US
The James River Foot Bridge is the longest pedestrian-only bridge on the Appalachian Trail, according to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. The new bridge dropped about 2 miles off the crossing. Before hikers had to cross the James using the US 501 auto bridge.
The James River Foot Bridge is the longest pedestrian-only bridge on the Appalachian Trail, according to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. The new bridge dropped about 2 miles off the crossing. Before hikers had to cross the James using the US 501 auto bridge.
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Links: www.waymarking.com
By: kkeps

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