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Stehekin ~ Imus Creek Bridge

Who would have thought that what looks like a tiny Imus Creek flowing under this new pedestrian bridge could have washed tons of rock and mud down into Lake Chelan along with several rental bikes and buried perhaps 40 or more motor vehicles in a parking area in the secluded village of Stehekin, Washington, USA and negatively affected or shut down several businesses? Well, back in 2013, that is what happened.

Read more about that mudslide here and in a few other locations around the North Cascade Mountains that day at: http://q13fox.com/2013/09/06/mudslides-close-two-passes-buries-parked-cars-trucks-near-lake-chelan/ 

This is the new Imus Creek Bridge on the Imus Creek Trail barely northwest of the village of Stehekin. In fact, even though this panorama was taken in the autumn of 2016, there was still sawdust on the ground at each end of the bridge and the fragrance of newly-sawn lumber was in the air. So, I expect this new footbridge is still under construction, perhaps with handrails and ramps up to the ends yet to come. Now old evidence of the rock & mudslide are only barely visible from here, but more obvious a little further down stream.

Copyright: Timothy Oldfield ~ Washington State 360
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 16/10/2016
Uploaded: 09/01/2017
Updated: 11/01/2017


Tags: autumn; fall; pedestrian; footbridge; bridge; wood; creek; mudslide; forest; rockslide
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