エピソードで, “ニューリバーゴージ,” ホーナセックはウェストバージニア州にあるアメリカの63番目の国立公園を深く掘り下げます.
“キャットウォークからの眺めは壮観です,” ダグコールマン, ブリッジウォークガイド, ホーナセクに言った. “They began to piece the bridge together back in June of 1974 and three years and four months later, at a cost of 37 million dollars, the bridge was open to the public.”
Hornacek explores the 70,000 acres of land along the New River and learns about Bridge Day, a celebration where people gather to commemorate the platform being built.
“Bridge day is the one day out of the year that the bridge is closed to traffic and we celebrate the bridge,” Coleman told Hornacek. “典型的に, 80 に 100,000 people show up, 400 people bring their parachutes to jump. You can rappel from the catwalk. It’s a big festival.”
New River Gorge Bridge is 3,000 feet long, equating to nearly 6/10 of a mile, 250 足の高さ, そして 69 feet wide. The structure is the longest single-span steel arch bridge in the Western Hemisphere.
“You get the new river, the gorge, all the trees,” Hornacek concluded. “Stunning.”
For more adventures on “Park’d” シーズン 5, join Abby Hornacek as she continues to explore the rich history of America’s National Parks — from the mighty Grand Canyon or Guadalupe Peak in Guadalupe Mountains National Park to the tranquil beauty of Biscayne National Park in Florida.
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