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    Wilderness Trail Suspension Bridge - Stating the (Not So) Obvious

    There was a trail report that the suspension bridge at Lincoln Woods was blocked off on both ends. FYI long before the Lincoln Woods parking lot and bridge was built, the trail was accessed via the former parking area on the Lincoln side of the Pemi. The area is now posted "no parking" but doesnt take very long to get to via the highway bridge.

    There may be other reasons not to go hiking in this area, but the lack of a suspension bridge isnt one of them.
    Last edited by peakbagger; 09-06-2011 at 08:06 AM.

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