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Human creation meet nature creation. The result - the perfect harmony.
Only when you step out of the car and observe the scenery. You can truly understand the reason why this bridge is so famous, Because it is so unique and stunningly beautiful.
If you’re driving on CA 1, it’s worth a few minutes to stop and admire the bridge. I didn’t see a lot of placards about the history of the bridge and you cannot walk over it. I thought the better view for photos was heading...More
It was a nice time of year for a drive. Not too busy and much easier to find parking. The view of the bridge and the coastline was breathtaking and it was hard not to find a great photo. This vista will be a treasured...More
If you are spending a day or part of the day exploring the Big Sur, or even just driving by, you should stop here. There are a few pull outs where you can park, get out of your car, stretch and enjoy the magnificent view!...More
Taking an afternoon to drive along the coast in Big Sur is a must if you like coastal views! This bridge is a neat attraction, and draws a lot of people to stop for pictures. I prefer waterfalls and rocky cliffs to viewing a bridge,...More
Yes the bridge remains open. It is the part above San Simeon that is closed. we stayed over there to see the elephant seals, then went back on the inland highway to detour around the closure to get to big Sur.
If that’s the case, avoid route 1 as much as possible. You could even go a bit south of Big Sur and then come north using Route 1. The advantage is the north-bound route 1 is on the side of mountains (as opposed to cliffs... More
If that’s the case, avoid route 1 as much as possible. You could even go a bit south of Big Sur and then come north using Route 1. The advantage is the north-bound route 1 is on the side of mountains (as opposed to cliffs), and therefore will be less scary on you.