Today Wilma and I Adventured to the Albany Covered Bridge in Albany, New Hampshire. The Albany Covered Bridge was built in 1858 and traverses the Swift River. The Albany Covered Bridge is open for one-way traffic, however closes in winter months. The Albany Covered Bridge is just off the Kancamagus Highway and has a large parking lot for visitors.
We had a gorgeous Adventure to the Albany Covered Bridge. I had been to this Bridge with Shadow, Buster, and My Mom but I could not locate photographs of Shadow and Buster at this site, so will utilize today’s photographs for the blog. I have fond memories of our first visit, and this second visit did not disappoint! We arrived to find the parking lot empty! We found some trails near the parking lot and wandered around, soon arriving at the River’s shore. The River had endless round rocks, and the bridge just long and spectacular. We made sure to check out all angles, a nearby trail, and even a cliff-like area at the back of the bridge. There was minimal traffic and a small area to walk on the side so we were able to trot through and appreciate the views down the River. It was so peaceful, quiet, and beautiful! This might just be the most gorgeous covered bridge I have seen. If you are a covered bridge fan make sure you visit the Albany Covered Bridge. So glad we could Adventure to the Albany Covered Bridge today (Rating: 5).