Harlequin Lake Bridge

Crossing the infamous Harlequin Lake Bridge

Located in the Tongass National Forest, in the state of Alaska, United States, the bridge over the Harlequin Lake is very challenging. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.

The road over the bridge is called Forest Hwy No 10. The bridge is wood made. It’s 371 ft long. The ice is always there because they fall off the glacier at the other end of the lake and head down the river. 
Pic: kayak_guru

 

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