(GMT)15 MAY 2017 CU5UP:
The Vance Creek Viaduct is hidden within the Skokomish Valley in Shelton, Washington, USA. It is the second highest bridge built in the United States. With the High Steel Bridge just a few miles away, both were operated by the Simpson Timber Railroad Company. The viaduct was activated in 1929, and abandoned in the 1950s. The Vance Creek Bridge is over 800 feet long, and stands on a high 347 feet above the ground (brian894x4.com)
The Olympic National Forest is home to many great hikes and over night adventures. The one that lands on most folks bucket list? Vance Creek Bridge. They say you’re a dare devil if you walk across the bridge let alone sit on the edge, dangle your feet off, & take a long look at the gorgeous Vance Creek that runs 347 feet below!