SKYWALK 600 FT High in Pennsylvania

Kinzua Bridge State Park has a 225 ft high skywalk where you can walk out 600 ft over a massive gorge.

At one time Kinzua Viaduct was the longest (2,053 ft) & tallest (301 ft) railroad structure.

In 2003, a tornado destroyed 11 of the bridge's support towers.

The observation deck has a partial glass floor.

You can see the tornado damage from above.

The Statue of Liberty is 305 ft tall, just a shade above the Kinzua Bridge.

You can see under the bridge from a picture taking platform.

Kinzua Creek Trail takes you down into the gorge but is steep with loose rocks.

You will cross Kinzua Creek on a wooden footbridge.

You will also get a close view of the tornado destruction.

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