With Hallowe’en right around the corner, this is an appropriate time to remember these long lost bridges which now live only in pictures and our imaginations.
The floods of 2013 destroyed or damaged many ski trail bridges, but I can still visualize these ghost bridges when I ski past their
Most of the bridges pictured here no longer exist, but two of them were repaired and put back onto the trails, although not exactly in the same location. I guess those “back-from-the-dead” could be referred to as zombie bridges.
Bridge #1, also pictured at the top of this post, is going to be very difficult to guess. It’s possible someone might recognize the mountain in the background. This old style of bridge was evident in one of the parks. If Hallowe’en comes, and you still haven’t figured it out, I might give some hints.
One of the old wooden bridges in the pictures was destroyed by flooding in 2011.
One of these bridges is a new bridge placed in a location where no bridge previously existed.
To recap, pictured below are seven ghost bridges, two zombie bridges, and one new bridge. How many can you identify?