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I was excited to see this bridge and explore. But when we came last September 2017 US 2 was closed due to construction on the bridge. So.. this year September 2018. The bridge is still closed due to construction. When will this be open?
I had been across this bridge (US 2) many times on may way across the UP to Marquette, MI. Finally decided to stop and see what the big deal was about this bridge (there are info signs posted upon approach to it). Lots of well...More
We were going to stop on our way through but were detoured around the bridge/gorge. A local told us it'll be closed until Nov, and if you wanted to walk a mile you could get to it. Disappointed, but the road work needs to be...More
There are several roadside parks next to this bridge. Both sides of the street on the east end of this bridge provide access to a stairway that takes you 250+ steps down to the cut river and to the shore of Lake Michigan. It is...More
STOP HERE!! Look at the pics on this site and be happy we all told you to stop here. Seriously, still have MILES to go before you are to where you want to be....STOP! Take the HIKE, put on some bug spray.
Every trip we...More
You could easily just drive over and not notice the view. You can walk out on the bridge itself for a great view as well as take a trail under the bridge and down to the river (beware that is is about 150 feet down...More
The wife and I stopped here on our Honeymoon trip Oct of 2016. The fall colors were beautiful and the craftsmanship and structure of the bridge were wonderful. We took lots of photos. I don't care for heights, so to stand in the middle of...More
Spend 30 minutes here to stretch your legs and check out this bridge and the roaring stream in the valley below. The stair case is very safe, although be forewarned it is equivalent to 15 stories (~149' down, but also back up). So those with...More
When my traveling partner said we had to stop and see a bridge, I was like "really?" We had crossed the Mackinac Bridge and that was impressive, how could a significantly smaller bridge be a big deal?
Well, it is! Driving over the bridge you...More
Stopping to see a bridge sounds strange, but this is worth the time. Both for the bridge structure itself and the surrounding trees etc. We were heading to the UP and stopped by the park after crossing the bridge. We walked back across the bridge,...More
US 2 is detoured. I read elsewhere that you can hike in from the detour, but I don't see that as really feasible. There's nowhere to park along the detour that I can recall. Husband and I were bummed to have to miss the... More
US 2 is detoured. I read elsewhere that you can hike in from the detour, but I don't see that as really feasible. There's nowhere to park along the detour that I can recall. Husband and I were bummed to have to miss the bridge last month as we traveled from the Keweenaw to the lower peninsula.