United States Tahoma Creek Bridge, Mount Rainier National Park

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At 165 feet high and 200 feet long, the suspension bridge across glacier fed Tahoma Creek is the longest and highest in the park. The bridge is located on the Wonderland Trail, between Emerald Ridge and Indian Henry's Hunting Ground. Traditionally the bridge was accessed by the 2-mile long Tahoma Creek Trail, located 1.2 miles up the closed Westside Road. Thanks to the annual flooding and continued washouts, the Tahoma Creek Trail is no longer maintained. Hikers can still get through, if able to climb steep, slippery slopes and are prepared to loose the trail numerous times. Currently, the best method is to make this bridge one of the highlights of a hike on the Wonderland Trail.

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