“the 7th tallest in the us!”
The Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, locally known as the "Gorge Bridge" and the "High Bridge" is a steel deck arch bridge across the Rio Grande Gorge 10 miles (16 km) northwest of Taos, New Mexico. At 565 feet (172 m) above the Rio Grande, it is the seventh highest bridge in the United States and 82nd highest bridge in the world.
It is a beautiful stop and an awesome picture opportunity. There is even a rest area across the street with some vendors, restrooms and pavilions you can stop to eat lunch at. The rest area also has an amazing view where you can see the entire side of the bridge. Take a walk along the bridge and enjoy the view of the mountains and surrounding scenery. It was very peaceful.
Had to see. It's the bridge the guys from Wild Hogs (the moive) rode across.
this bridge has a sidewalk and several viewing areas along it for awesome picture taking and a great view down!
If you are visiting Taos, go and visit the bridge. It is a short drive. The area is great for photos, a walk and using the restrooms. The restrooms are minimal, but clean.
Cool visuals. Rest area is cool for a picnic. Good for a quick stop
Disappointed - don't go out of your way to visit.
The bridge is spectacular and an engineering wonder. We were able to park along side the road and walk out onto the bridge. Traffic on the bridge was slow enabling us to focus on the view, not the traffic. The bridge is over 500 ft. above the river offering a fabulous view of the geological rock formations.
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Rio Grande Gorge Bridge
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