The trail to the Bridge to Nowhere is one of So Cal’s most scenic hiking routes. The trails boasts a variety of disparate groves, up to 9 stream crossings, abundant sighting of big horn sheep grazing on the sleep slopes and stream bottoms, sights of professional and amateur gold prospectors trying luck, multiple camp sites, photogenic walking paths, swim holes with running water and you'll witness many young people jump off the Bridge, bungee jumping that is. This trail offers a lot of shade and is intermediate in the level of difficulty. The round trip, in and out, is approximately 10 miles with 1,000’ elevation gain.
You should plan to arrive at least 10 minutes before the hike to score a nearby spot for your steeds or you’ll have to park quite far away and may miss the meet up time. The bad part is you won’t have dust to follow our trail and the good part is you won’t have to inhale dust.
Bring a spare pair of socks and a change of clothes as you may get wet if you are not adept at balancing on rocks and logs when crossing the streams. Also bring a pair of rubber shoes if you plan to wade in water or bath in swim holes.