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Warren Creek Bridge (Columbia Gorge)

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The Warren Creek Bridge with a ponderosa pine (left), Historic Columbia River Highway (bobcat)


The bridge was constructed in 2016 in the style of original bridges on the Historic Columbia River Highway. It is designed to take pedestrians, bicycles, and maintenance trucks. Look for the two ponderosa pines at the west end of the bridge.

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