Kinzua Skywalk

4.816 Votes
  • Address: 296 Viaduct Road, Mt Jewett, PA 16740, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-8147785467
  • Tags: View Point, Bridge, Adults

Located inside the Kinzua Bridge State Park, The Kinzua Sky Walk is one of the most Beautiful Skywalks and Viewpoints in the World. Constructed over the massive steel towers of the historic Kinzua Viaduct, this Skywalk is not to be missed. This skywalk extends 624 feet into the Kinzua Gorge and offers great views of the valley. The bridge is located 225 feet above the ground and is a site that surely must not be missed.

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  • Kinzua Skywalk Address: 296 Viaduct Road, Mt Jewett, PA 16740, USA, United States
  • Kinzua Skywalk Contact Number: +1-8147785467
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  • The most beautiful view and a must see if you love the rolling hills. The exhibits were very nice that explained about the history of the bridge. The gift shop was a little pricey but nice shirts and gifts. I highly recommend this place and I will be back to see the fall colors! If you choose to hike down to the remaining beams it's pretty steep and there are some rock stairs that are steep so bring water !

  • Wow. This just became one of my most favorite places east of the Mississippi. Absolutely stunning. I could wander here for hours in awe of the beauty, wonder, history... The trails leading down to the bottom were a lot of fun and offered great views of the nature as well as the architecture. Great place to take some amazing photos, too. The visitor's center is modern and inviting, and there are plenty of video and print materials for learning about the history of this amazing bridge and the surrounding region. And best of all, it's free!!!

  • I have honestly not been here since you could walk across the whole bridge & I must say that I wish I had visited sooner. My family & I really enjoyed ourselves. It was a beautiful walk out to the end of the sky walk. The little museum inside, full of information, was just as wonderful. We will definitely be back when we come back up to visit!!!

  • It’s beautiful and I truly loved the scenery— but as someone who is afraid of heights, the notion that the floor boards creaked and bounced TRULY scared me. I’m usually totally fine when I feel stable, but it just wasn’t the case here. I would have greatly enjoyed this experience so much more had there not been part of me questioning the wood holding everyone up. It really didn’t help that it looked like some pieces appeared to be freshly replaced. And I wasn’t the only person who appeared to be concerned while I was there. 😓 I was really looking forward to this location too.

  • The sky bridge is amazing. Great view of the unfortunate wreckage of the bridge. The information center is really nice with a good assortment of interactive exhibits and informative videos. The walking trail to the base of the bridge does have benches, but is extremely steep and large boulders make up the steps. The gravel used in the trail is a little slippery and tends to slide while walking on it due to the grade. Great park to visit and good photo opportunities with a breathtaking view. While on the bridge it does get windy. They left a lot of train track left but cut some walkways out to access both sides of the bridge.

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