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Bridge to Nowhere - Trailhead

(5 Reviews)
Camp Bonita Rd, La Verne, CA 91750, USA

Bridge to Nowhere - Trailhead is a business providing services in the field of Park, . The business is located in Camp Bonita Rd, La Verne, CA 91750, USA.
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Category: Park, (Edit)
State: California
Address: Camp Bonita Rd, La Verne, CA 91750, USA
Zip code: 91750
Opening hours (Edit)
Monday:Open 24 hours
Tuesday:Open 24 hours
Wednesday:Open 24 hours
Thursday:Open 24 hours
Friday:Open 24 hours
Saturday:Open 24 hours
Sunday:Open 24 hours

Location & routing

Bridge to Nowhere - Trailhead is located in Los Angeles County of California state. On the street of Camp Bonta Prairie Forks Road .
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Bridge to Nowhere - Trailhead quickly are 34.2370999 ,-117.764899

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Customer Ratings and Reviews

  • Erik Saetre

    (December 26, 2018, 12:57 pm)

    Somehow hard to keep on the trail at times. The bridge is a cool site but seeing the bighorn sheep climbing the step hillsides was better!

  • Supun Edirisinghe

    (November 27, 2018, 9:38 pm)

    Small parking lot but more parking on street. They ask you to hang an adventure pass. Start to one of the best hikes in so cal

  • evan chen

    (November 26, 2018, 2:23 am)

    Great time bungee jumping. We went mid week with a private booking. The hike was fun and not too challenging. Very little incline and just a few river crossings. It was November so water was low.

  • Ted Regulski

    (September 17, 2018, 12:05 am)

    Not too hard a hike at all for this non-hiker. Really beautiful, but lots of shade-less sections later in the day, and your feet/socks will definitely get wet. Bring water (1-2L m/per person), snacks, sunscreen & swimsuits if you go all the way to the bridge. We bungee jumped which was incredible. Highly recommended & will def be doing it again. Parking is $5 on-site, or brave a $5 ticket.

  • Thad King

    (July 10, 2018, 8:51 pm)

    Well the bridge is a long way from somewhere. You should follow the road to nowhere and you will find the bridge to nowhere. Follow the right side of the canyon at all times. Multiple stream crossings. Bring water shoes and start early. The round trip is a bit more than 10 miles. It is a great hike.

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