Walks: Bridge

Walks that feature a bridge view

Looking for a walk that features a bridge view?

Below are all 100 Steps options starting with the newest additions. You can learn about terrain, distance, seating, and more when you choose to view an individual walk.

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Maritime Memorial Park

Quick! What do these have in common? the longest continuous truss bridge in North America, a set of memorial walls, commercial fishermen and other hardy seafaring folk, clowns, a semi-centennial  celebration. If you answered “Astoria, Oregon,” you’re not wrong.  And “The Columbia River” is a… 

North Fork Yachats Covered Bridge

Covered bridges are to rivers what lighthouses are to coastlines – a reminder of bygone days, an era both simpler and rougher.  While covered bridges lack the protective role played by lighthouses (and are free of tales of hauntings!) they are structures of beauty that… 

Astoria Column

If restricted time allows you to visit only one attraction in Astoria, my hands-down recommendation is the Astoria Column. Our trip to Astoria was in late winter, just days after savage storms rattled windows and peeled loose shingles.  “I was scared,” shared a local resident… 

Alsea Bay North Wayside

The Alsea Bay Bridge is a beautiful span, yet it evokes a slight pang of sadness for me since it replaced a bridge of Conde B. McCullough design. One of a set of five planned and built simultaneously to connect the Coos Bay to Newport… 

Siletz Bay Park

More than once I’ve sought online for a walking destination near Siletz Bay. Each time I found places suitable for self-propelled watercraft and also long-distance hikes in zones not far from designated hunting areas, but nothing fitting for short-range pedestrians. So I was both pleased… 

Old Town Florence

Lakes, beaches, the river, the dunes, and the friendly community are all reasons folks choose to live or vacation in Florence. The boardwalk and ferry landing overlook are at opposite ends of charming Old Town. Each allows easy walking in an enjoyable setting and seated views of the river….