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The Sundial Bridge; a mixture of glass, steel and concrete spans the Sacramento River in Redding, California.
The sharp contrast of Redding's Sundial Bridge against an overcast winter sky.
The Sundial Bridge in Redding, California joins two sides of the Sacramento River Trail. The bridge is fully accessible.
Waller Creek Trail in Austin, Texas is built on a concrete pad in the flood channel
Concrete round piers support the joists in place; Greenbelt Wetland Boardwalk in Lakewood, Colorado
Laminated beams support boardwalk in Bible Park; Denver, Colorado
Asphalt trail meets boardwalk. Both surfaces are level; Trail of the Sentinels National Recreation Trail, Washington
The classic problem on dirt trails where the bridge itself is above the trail grade. Surfacing materials wear away leaving a step; Woodpecker Loop Trail in Finley National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon
Non-skid metal surface on boardwalk anchors wood chip trails; Arboretum Waterfront Trail in Seattle, Washington
Non-skid metal surface on boardwalk keeps trail dry along water's edge; Marsh Island, Arboretum Waterfront Trail in Seattle, Washington
Planked walk is laid directly on the asphalt surface adjacent to the paved bikeway; Downtown Lakewalk in Duluth, Minnesota
Planked pathway crosses lakefront dunes; Duluth, Minnesota
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