Bixby Bridge, Big Sur, California, USA. An arch bridge in Big Sur was opened in 1932 and basically was the main link between the area and the rest of the coast. Its gorgeous location promises an unforgettable ride: a 98 m (320 ft) deep abyss opens below the bridge, while a stunning view to the Ocean opens in front of it.
It is also one of the most photographed bridges on the Coast. Travelers very often stop at the viewpoints on the both sides of the bridge and snap a couple of shots. Bixby is also attributed as providing one of the most scenic rides. The visitors can also have a stroll on the bridge and admire the open view to the Ocean.
Why to go there?
Iconic bridge, scenic ride.
When to go there?
All year round. Go there in the evening to admire the sunset.
How to get there?
The bridge is 190 km (120 mi) south of San Francisco, 21 km (13 mi) south of Carmel. Get there by car.
Lead photo by Daniel Peckham
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