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The 339-acre Kinzua Bridge State Park, is the home of the reinvented Kinzua Viaduct. The Viaduct, once the longest and tallest railroad structure at 2,053 feet long and 301 feet high, was partially destroyed by a tornado in 2003. Reinvented as a...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
296 Viaduct Road, Mailing Address: 296 Viaduct Rd, Kane, PA 16735, Mount Jewett, PA 16740
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It was really neat to see this place out in the middle of nowhere. Clearly an engineering marvel surrounded by beautiful scenery and great trails. We walked along the broken bridge span and then took the short walk to the base and explored the wreckage....More
The overlook itself is so unique and allows for breathtaking views of the hills. I can only imagine how gorgeous it would be for fall foliage! Looking out upon the twisted wreckage of what was the train bridge, all the way up until 2003 when...More
This is a fairly new attraction and it shows. Everything is in excellent shape and the displays are extraordinary. Visit the building first and then go out on to the "Skywalk." It was windy when we were there so hold on to your hat if...More
We had no idea this place existed until we saw the picture of this skywalk/ viaduct/ collapsed bridge on the cover of a tourist brochure when we were at the nearby Zippo museum in Bradford.
Once we figured out that we were only 30 mins...More
There are trails to take to the bottom of the ravine, although - due to health reasons - I did not personally take the trail. There is a very informative reception area, a nice gift shop and good information and easy to reach the path...More
While in Pittsburgh we decided to visit the Kinzua Bridge. It’s located in the Allegheny National Forest. Watch out for the wildlife. It took us around two and a half hours to get there. Not a lot of major highways and we didn’t see a...More
We visited here while camping at Allegheny State Park. My son found it on the internet so we decided to go. It turned out to be a great place to visit. They have a very informative visitors center and the walk on the remaining part...More
If you have not been to this unique place... GO! Our group of 30 loved it and before we ventured out on to the very safe walk way and the fabulous trail below the bridge, we REALLY enjoyed the visitors center.
Fabulous educational offerings all...More
Response from Dean_Amy-2004 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure what “traffic” you are referring to, but we didn’t have any issues. We were there on a Monday afternoon, while there were others at the park/bridge, it certainly wasn’t packed nor were there any traffic delays.