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Vancouver Land Bridge

Highway 14, Vancouver, WA 98661
Review Highlights
Other than the traffic noise, this is a great way to get to the river from Fort Vancouver

Planes, trains, and automobiles - you'll hear them all walking over this land bridge. But it's... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Run Fort Vancouver

Enjoyed my run across the bridge from the Fort to the waterfront. The trail is nice and wide with... read more

Reviewed 11 November 2017
Carrie C
Vancouver, Washington
via mobile
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“nice walk” (8 reviews)
“native plants” (3 reviews)
Highway 14, Vancouver, WA 98661
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Planes, trains, and automobiles - you'll hear them all walking over this land bridge. But it's still a lovely bridge with wonderful little nodes focusing on the river, the land, and the people. Each node highlights local tribes and their word for these three features....More

Thank MouseDance
Reviewed 11 November 2017 via mobile

Enjoyed my run across the bridge from the Fort to the waterfront. The trail is nice and wide with seating on the bridge. Nice vegetation and artwork on bridge.

Thank Carrie C
Reviewed 10 November 2017

This trail brings you to the front door of historical Fort Vancouver. Walks you thru a meadows and up and over highway 14 on a pedestrian bridge. From the bridge you get a spectacular look up the Columbia River, with Mt. Hood centered on the...More

Thank Sandi G
Reviewed 8 November 2017

We parked our car on the Columbia River side of the highway and took the Land Bridge over to the Fort. We enjoyed reading the many graphics and historical photos posted along the way. Many of the plants and trees were also labeled, which I...More

Thank Sandra G
Reviewed 24 September 2017 via mobile

Very impressed by the land bridge. Makes walking from the river walk to the Fort and Officers Row very easy. All of the signage along the way was very interesting. Good job!

Thank iceman1947
Reviewed 19 July 2017

Unless you look out over everything on purpose, you'd never know you were going over a highway! This connects Fort Vancouver to the Old Apple Tree, and then to the walkway along the river. The trail has interpretive signage about native plants that are maintained...More

Thank Shelley M
Reviewed 10 July 2017

Love a chance to view art and history from an area and this certainly does that. It is a perfect place to rest and reflect on what has happened in the past.

Thank nanclaws
Reviewed 11 June 2017

I was out for a morning walk along the river trail while in town for business. Took the detour to cross the land bridge over the highway. It is well constructed and I enjoyed reading some of the signs labeling various plants.

1  Thank Doug P
Reviewed 29 April 2017

We usually park at the visitor's center and then we walk the trail passing the beautiful bridge and then walk up the Columbia river waterfront . The view's are amazing all around!

1  Thank barbara1932
Reviewed 13 March 2017

Beautiful land bridge for walking, connecting Fort Vancouver with the Columbia River Waterfront. It is treelined, providing shade over the benches to rest.

1  Thank Kathleen B
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