Bridge to Nowhere
The highlight of the hike is a bridge built 1936 with no road leading to or from it. Much of the hike is along a lush stream bed leading to the bridge. With a round trip distance of 9 miles (14.5km) and elevation gain of 800' (250m), it is a beginner's level hike. However, you do need some adventurous spirit, as there are several stream crossings along the trek. After the rainy winter we had in 2010/2011, some will have water level above the knees. Also, a section of the trail often gets washed away by the rain and may require some scrambling.
This is an approximate map. Better maps are here. <googlemap version="0.9" lat="34.286723" lon="-117.717819" type="terrain" zoom="11"> 34.285096, -117.746572, Bride to nowhere </googlemap>
Here are links to some websites about the hike: