the lights at night are impressive however the lights also disrupt the spawning of the salmon. DO NOTGO HERE ALONE AT NIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sundial Bridge is a must see bigger than life real sundial accurate on June 21st. From the Sundial Bridge you can hike the meadow walk close by or bike to Shasta Dam via Keswick Dam.
Strolling across the glass deck of this one of a kind footbridge, watching the abundant wildlife, the fly fishers or drift boats gently floating beneath you, you get a sense of why this once sleepy town has grown to the hub of northern California. With the Sundial Bridge having its 10th birthday this coming year, Redding, Turtle Bay, and the... More
I moved to Redding the year of bridge completion. I was aware of many stories about disgruntled "old timers" not liking the bridge, the costs, etc...I fell in love with it from day one. There is nothing like it that I know of in the west coast. The river is beautiful, cool and wild. Animals, birds, fish, fisherman enjoying the... More
Living locally, when they first built this ten years ago it seemed too extravagant for our mid-sized city. However, it is so breathtaking and such a great gateway to the Sacramento River Trail, linking several arms of it, it has become a hub of activity.
This pedestrian bridge was designed by world renown architect, Santiago Calatrava. (His majestic structures around the world use glass as a primary part of the structure.) The deck of this bridge is made of glass panels, which spans the Sacramento river and connects an expansive system of bicycle and pedestrian trails. The shadow of the pylon acts as a giant... More
My husband & I are at the bridge several times a week. We love looking at the river and the animal life around it. The view is beautiful and the bridge is an architectural wonder. A must see!
From the engineering point of view it is quite an interesting project. It is a pedestrian bridge, which makes it very nice, walking across. Bikes are allowed as well. No cars! Parking is nearby, so no problem getting there. Signs to find your way to this unusual bridge are very well placed along Interstate 5 and on highway 44. Best... More
There are so many things about the bridge that are special-not only the bridge, itself designed by the internationally renowned architect Calatrava, but the gateway to the Sacramento River trail which is a wonderful get-away for travelers and locals. It has also functioned in this community to get people off their couches and out into our uniquely urban interface. I... More
We love the Sundial Bridge and take all of our guests there. The bridge is amazing and awe-inspiring in its design and architecture. The views are wonderful and the gardens on the other side are beautiful. It is an actual sundial so it's fun to go to the sundial area and figure out the time. You can just relax and... More
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