This suspension bridge is one of those hidden gems in San Diego. Located within Banker's Hill this bridge brings peace an serenity. This bridge floats and is among many treetops. It is 375 feet long and is held up by steel suspension cables docked to concrete blocks. Because the bridge is so light it sways as the result of wind or people walking across. It's a little wiggly and may be scary at first but don't fear because it's very sturdy! Many people come here to take pictures, some people dangle their legs off the side of the bridge, and some come to just chill and enjoy the peace. There's lots of opportunity here at this bridge and there's a lot within the area. So it's a great thing to add into your day if you're in the area. The bridge was designed to provide pedestrian passage across a deep canyon, which isolated developing neighborhoods from the newly built trolley lines that you find on fourth and fifth avenues. At the middle of this bridge you can also catch a glimpse of the downtown skyline. This suspension bridge is considered a hidden gem within San Diego and is a great place for both natives and tourist to check out.
Address: Spruce St & First Ave San Diego, CA 92103 Banker's Hill