|Kiskatinaw Bridge, Alaska Highway, British Columbia|
The Kiskatinaw Bridge is located before the Mile 21 marker
along the old Alaska Highway
in British Columbia.
The Kiskatinaw Bridge was the first curved wooden bridge
built in Canada
and is still in use today.
Built in 1942-43 it stands
30 meters (100) feet above the Kiskatinaw River,
a tributary of the Peace River.
It curves 9 degrees along its length and is 162.5 meters (534 feet) long.
Quite the view from the bridge deck, the river meanders
its way gently through the rolling hills
below bringing to mind wandering dinosaurs
in ages past.