Every month we lead an free to the community expedition out into the trails. Open to anyone and everyone, please join us as we hike to Vance Creek Bridge for December.
Please make sure to bring plenty of water, and dress weather appropriate.
We will be meeting at the LRS HQ building to carpool to the trail. The carpool leaves at 0600, so make sure to arrive before then.
410 6th St
The Vance Creek Bridge is an arch bridge in the Satsop Hills of Mason County, Washington that was built for a logging railroad owned by the Simpson Logging Company in 1929. At 347 feet in height, it is the second-highest railroad arch in the United States after the nearby High Steel Bridge.