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Seven Bridges Road, one of the more beautiful parkways in Duluth, a city renowned for its parks and boulevards, is now marking the centennial of its creation. The scenic drive travels up Occidental Boulevard from Superior Street and across Hawk Ridge to Glenwood Avenue, a distance of about 4 miles, and serves as the eastern terminus to Duluth's famous hilltop boulevard, Skyline Parkway. Winding through forests of pine and birch, the lower portion of the road intertwines with Amity Creek, the western branch of the Lester River, as the waterway descends toward Lake Superior. Along the way, the parkway crosses several beautifully crafted stone-arch bridges, all similar in design and construction, and the reason for the road's name. Occidental Boulevard, at about 61st Avenue East in Duluth, serves as an entrance to Seven Bridges Road and Skyline Parkway. Continuing upward along the dirt road after crossing the last bridge takes visitors

Location: Duluth Minnesota 55701

Other Highways, Byways, and Scenic Drives nearby:
(Duluth) North Shore Drive
(Duluth) Seven Bridges Road

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