The Bridge To Nowhere
Under: Historic & Abandoned
The Bridge to Nowhere in the San Gabriel Mountains is a 10 mile hike which visits the remnants of a mountain road.
History: The Bridge To Nowhere was built in 1936. It was abandoned and gets its name after the great flood of 1938. The flood devastated a mountain road which was supposed to run from Azusa to Wrightwood. When the contractors came back to the mountain after the flood, most of the road had been destroyed and they left the bridge abandoned, thus dubbing it the "Bridge To Nowhere".
Today the bridge is a popular and beautiful hike. On weekends Bungee America runs bungee jumps off the bridge.