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Reviewed February 4, 2008

Supposed to be the longest cable bridge east of the Mississippi River. You can get a brike rental and ride the bike across the bridge, jog, walk, etc... Personally... not me. too afraid to water AND hights... but if you like a thrill, youshould check out the rentals!

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Reviewed August 1, 2007

You can access the Wonders Way Pedestrian Bike Lane from the Mt. Pleasant end of the Arthur Ravenel Bridge. This walkway is separated from traffic by a three foot tall Jersey barrier and is about 8 to 12 feet wide. The harbor side has a six foot tall safety fence designed to protect pedestrians without impacting the veiw too much. Their are benches to rest at the two bridge towers.

This is an amazing walkway, popular and well used. It is named for Garric Wonders, a bicyclist hit by a truck and killed while training for the Olympics in Charleston. He campaigned for construction of the bike/walkway.

The views from the walkway are beautiful and its usually fairly windy. There isn't anywhare to go to the bathroom on the bridge, so plan carefully.

Currently you can park along the road to Patriot's Point, then walk along the highway to the Bridge. If you want to ride out from Charleston on a CARTA bus and walk back into the historic city the #40 bus would allow you to do that. It leaves from a stop two blocks north of the Visitors center. See [--] for details on the #40 bus.

Upon exiting the Bridge you'll have a six block walk south on East Bay street to the more walkable part of the city.

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Reviewed January 17, 2019
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Reviewed November 28, 2018
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Reviewed November 12, 2018
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