This dead-end road heads towards the closed, Kiskatinaw curved bridge, and just 500 meters before the bridge is this flat spot that overlooks the river and bridge.
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The bridge in itself is the attraction here. This three-span timber truss bridge has a nine-degree curve, a curve PRA engineers designed to accommodate the highway’s steep change in grade on the west end and the need to land at a notch in the cliff on the east end.
The bridge is approximately 30 kilometers north of Dawson Creek, British Columbia. Within Kiskatinaw Provincial Park, you can stroll to the bridge, jump in the river for a refreshing swim, or spend the day fishing.