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Just happened upon this little gem. The views are beautiful here. As we went on a Sunday there were quite a few people on the bridge. Definitely not for anyone with a fear of heights or motion sickness. The bridge felt very sturdy and safe but it does move quite a bit from people walking across! Coming back with the... 更多
As a San Diego native, I find it always interesting to find forgotten or less known places of "Old San Diego", The Spruce St. Footbridge is one of those hidden gems. Easy to find with a great view of the canyon below. As noted by my fellow contributor, Please be respectful of the local residents. The first thing you will... 更多
What a charming piece of history and engineering. And a beautiful view. It only takes a few minutes but it is time well spent. There was plenty of parking nearby on the day we visited. Reading the other reviews, I can't figure out why anyone would question the neighborhood. The nearby homes are mostly $1 million homes and worth looking... 更多
The reviews of this little bridge all are pretty accurate, but here's some background: when the bridge was built in 1912, it was meant to shorten the walk for the people who lived on the west side of the bridge, to the street car lines that ran on 4th and 5th avenues to the east. This neighborhood, called Banker's Hill,... 更多
My friend and I had gotten on a hiking kick and were in search of new places to hike. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that you could actually cross a swinging bridge right here in San Diego! I must confess that I when I first arrived at the bridge, I was a bit hesitant about crossing it; however, after... 更多
As advertised, fun old pedestrian bridge. Close to zoo and worth diverting a bit for a quick walk across. And free! We did not find the neighborhood to be as colorful as other reviewers, felt safe and had fun. And saw somewhere off the beaten path!
You can't help but feel a little weird parking in front of someone's house and crossing the little footbridge between... 更多