Kinzua Bridge Sky Walk

October 5, 2017

Kinzua Bridge State Park

296 Viaduct Road

Mt. Jewett, PA


A lot of people are afraid of heights.

Not me, I'm afraid of widths.

Steven Wright


The original Kinzua Viaduct was 301 feet high and 2053 feet long.  It was built in 1882. In 2003, the bridge partially collapsed during a tornado. The remains were later rebuilt as a 600 foot pedestrian sky walk.   There is an area with a glass floor for observing the destruction below.


If you're afraid of heights, you can view the sky walk from the hiking trails beneath the sky walk. 









 Glass window floor



 View through the windows, pretty cool!



If Jeff ever puts out a country music album, this will be the cover. If you've ever heard Jeff sing, you know a country album isn't in his future. 


For more information, to to the Kinzua Bridge State Park website.


Jeff's Beer Pick: Tangier IPA-Session 4.6% ABV 42IBU by Southern Tier Brewing Co


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