Try The Sky Walk At Kinzua Bridge

Approximately 45 minutes from our cabins, this makes for a great day trip. But, are you brave enough to experience this sky walk? Mother Nature simply won’t take no for an answer but, then again, neither will the Kinzua Bridge. In 2003, Mother Nature’s tornado ripped through Kinzua State Park, and succeeded in bringing down all but one-third of the 2,000+ foot long Kinzua Bridge.

But, despite the storm, part of the Kinzua Bridge refused to collapse. Today, the 600 feet of bridge that survived has become one of the state’s most spectacular sky walks, giving visitors a stunning view of the forest floor and the remains of the bridge scattered around some 300 feet below.

Pictures and Story compliments of Only in Your State. Nestled in the Allegheny National Forest in Mt. Jewett, Kinzua Bridge State Park draws visitors from all over the state and beyond.

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