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Guides | 04.07.2022

5 Famous Bridges You Need To Smoke On

It's not just architects that geek out over famous and beautiful bridges.

There’s no denying that smoking weed in the great outdoors is a refreshing experience for the mind, body, and soul. 

With cannabis use becoming more normalized worldwide, we wanted to highlight some of the world’s most famous bridges in places where cannabis is either recreationally legal or decriminalized. Go ahead, book your vacation, but make sure to add a stop at one of these legendary bridges. 

Royal Gorge Bridge, United States

Photo by Teeleman

Located in the first state to adopt recreational cannabis legalization, Colorado’s renowned Royal Gorge Bridge was built in 1929 and is currently the tallest one in the United States. However, proceed with caution because there’s quite the steep drop beneath. There’s also a park nearby that offers ziplining, has a sky coaster, and aerial gondolas.

Chapel Bridge, Switzerland

Photo by Lokafy

Thankfully, the Swiss government decriminalized recreational cannabis back in 2013, so you’re definitely in the clear to spark up on the Chapel Bridge, the oldest wooden covered bridge in Europe. Can you believe this bridge was built in 1333? There was a fire in 1993 that burned most of the bridge and its 17th-century paintings, but everything was rebuilt to resemble the same historic look. 

 

Kiskatinaw Bridge, Canada

Photo by Energetic City

This beautiful wooden floor bridge is over 500,000 feet long and sits amongst the green firs in British Columbia. The bridge continues deep into the forest and above the trees for the most stunning views. Built in 1930, the impressive nine-degree curved bridge was the first wooden curved bridge built in Canada.

Python Bridge, The Netherlands

Photo by Perry Tak / Pexels

For a more sleek and modern experience, spark up on the Python Bridge in Amsterdam. The bridge was built in 2001 and is 93 meters long, featuring a unique snake-like curvature that was given the International Footbridge Award in 2002. It’s quite appropriate that this bridge is also referred to as the “High Bridge.”

Adolphe Bridge, Luxembourg

Photo by Luxembourg City

Luxembourg recently decriminalized recreational and medical marijuana use, so we had to shed light on its beautiful Adolphe Bridge. It was built from 1900 to 1903 and currently allows automobile and foot traffic through designated lanes. It was also one of the first bridges of its time to boast such a large stone arch that continues to attract tourists today. We suggest heading over for a sunset sesh that overlooks the Pétrusse Valley.

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