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Bridge To Nowhere, Azusa
(4.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • I hiked to the bridge for a bungee jump. And whilst I love the outdoors and exploring I think if my sole purpose had been to see the bridge I would have been slightly disappointed. It is quite cool to...  more »
  • Been doing this hike for years now. There are quite a few stream crossings, so bring appropriate footwear. Insiders Tip: At the end of the hike leave the bridge and hike around the other side of the m...  more »
  • The hike in in the am Wasn't to bad back coming back mid day was a little rough with heat!! Cross river six times so your feet will get wet! Bridge lots of water!!! 
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  • Beautiful hike where you will encounter the endangered water of California. Plan to hike a few hours in each direction and bring strong ankles because the terrain here is rocky. Follow the water and you will reach the bridge. Take only pictures and leave only footprints. It's a miracle this hike is as clean as it is.
  • Didn't believe the name, every bridge leads somewhere otherwise why would anyone build it? "Plus Ultra" is my mantra. Followed this old trail up the mountain for a couple more hours till' dark. Got sort of lost and found myself camping near the river. The trail leads further up but I lost my rations to some raccoons over night. Thinking of coming back with my buddy, Roland, over the summer when it's not too cold.
  • One of my favorite hikes in the area to take friends who are new to hiking. It's very flat...little elevation gain. However, be warned that it's VERY exposed so bring sun protection. Also, depending on the time of year you go, the rivers can be very high making it difficult to cross. Be prepared for some wet socks! Once you get to the bridge, there are usually people bungee jumping off. There are also tide pools that people will go swimming in. Beware that the water is freezing. I like to hike beyond the bridge because there is lots of rock hopping and more people fishing back there.
  • Grate place to hike. I had a blast. Planing on coming back soon.
  • Awesome hike! It's about 4.5 miles in and 4.5 out. Bring lots of water and be prepared! Just follow the stream and you well come across the bridge. On hot days the stream is an awesome place too cool off.