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I do not like walking near heights with my kids, but this bridge is safe, secure and has no way to get past the netting and fence which makes it very confortable to walk across with the family. Very interesting to see the gorge go...More
I wanted to find this bridge for 3 years now. I finally go to see it. Theres not much parking so I snuck my car in some scary fraternity buildings parking lot. It was a really quick walk. I walked the qhome bridge by my...More
We parked at the very small parking lot adjacent to the bridge to hike the gorge. Walking across this suspension bridge is freaky, you are really up there. This is the gateway to get into the hiking trails.
Went here specifically to see and go on the Suspension Bridge. This foot bridge goes over the Cascadilla Gorge. You can see Businessman Falls which is one of a series of waterfalls on Cascadilla Creek. The bridge is along the Cascadilla trail which goes from...More
Nice bridge and well shielded from a fall with nets +. But it's hard to see falls below w/o taking that fall. Falls above are nice, and you can see where the Ithaca Falls plunge below begins. Makes an interesting walk but not a super...More
Read about the stories and history in advance. I hadn't been back to Cornell in a long time, and I somehow wish I had used this bridge more when I was a student there. My kids loved it. And definitely worth the view. I understand...More
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No tickets are needed. The suspension bridge is free to cross at any time. You can enter from the campus side or the opposite end off Thurston Avenue. There are several bridges throughout the area that offer excellent views... More
No tickets are needed. The suspension bridge is free to cross at any time. You can enter from the campus side or the opposite end off Thurston Avenue. There are several bridges throughout the area that offer excellent views of the gorges.