About Bridge to Nowhere in La Verne, California
Discover an old concrete arch bridge that was never put into use. Soon after it was completed in 1936 the hillsides where the highway was planned to go washed out in a huge flood of the San Gabriel River. It is quite a sight to see and hard to fathom that all the time and money that was put into this bridge wound up worthless, except that we got a wonderful hike out of the deal. This rugged remote trail is popular for hiking and for bungee jumping. Although this hike is popular, it’s not for the faint of heart. The route involves scrambling on rocks and crossing the river several times in an area where flash floods have killed hikers in the past. The trail begins at the end of the Camp Bonita Road in Angeles National Forest north of Azuza. See our map of the hike to the Bridge to Nowhere.
- Camp Bonita Rd
La Verne, CA 91750
- Visit website
20.5 miles away
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