A good place for walking, walking on the wooden bridge, you can see the bluff view, and the Tennessee River view. There is also a corresponding historical introduction on the bridge. Near the downtown is the hunter museum and bluff view. On the other side is a park, both of which can be visited on foot.
We are so happy that we decided to visit this place. This is amazing. Several different routes are available, multiple steps (240) on the island, listed as strenuous but there are some benchmarks & stop to rest for a while. You will see this trail 24 Kehua North Road. The visitor center is really nice. There is a small gift shop && cultural relics exhibition and an informative video can also be watched. Things worth seeing & some good photo opportunities, also very good.
It seems that this bridge has passed a lot
I enjoyed going for an evening stroll across this bridge. It was a nice end to my evening. A lot of people use this, that's for sure.
Walk over the bridge and you'll have a great view of the river and the City. The neighborhood on the other side is nice to see also. There are some good restaurants and bars there.
Was lucky enough to stay at the Edwin and walked this beautiful pedestrian bridge every morning. We explored to the right and to the left each day. It is immaculate and great exercise.
Walked from the park with carousel and then took a stroll on the bridge. Nice views. Good experience. Worth the experience.
Put Chattanooga on your list of places to visit within three hours of Atlanta. It's a lovely city with many sites and activities. Bridge over the river is cute and many residents and tourists alike we...