Traversing the Quarter Circle Bridge
Located in the Glacier National Park of Montana, United States, the Quarter Circle Bridge is a wood bridge where McDonald Creek merges with the Middle Fork Flathead River. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.
The unplowed road over the bridge is called Quarter Circle Bridge Road. The bridge is 194 ft long and can be closed anytime due to flooding or inclement weather.
Pic: Richard Campbell
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