Numerous bridges cross rivers, creeks and canyons along Highway 1 in Big Sur.  Older bridges, dating back to the 1930’s, can be narrow, while more modern bridges are wider.  Take extra caution when driving, bicycling or walking across narrow bridges.  

MM = mile marker, roadside markers along Highway 1 in Monterey County that indicate the number of miles north of the border between Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties. 

MM 68   |   Malpaso Creek Bridge (narrow)

MM 64   |   Granite Canyon Bridge (narrow)

MM 63   |   Garrapata Creek Bridge (narrow)

MM 60   |   Rocky Creek Bridge (narrow)

MM 60   |   Bixby Bridge (narrow)

MM 56   |   Little Sur River Bridge

MM 48   |   Juan Higuera Creek Bridge

MM 47   |   Big Sur River Bridge

MM 45   |   Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge

MM 43   |   Castro Canyon Bridge (narrow)  

MM 39   |   Sycamore Draw Bridge

MM 38   |   Torre Canyon Bridge

MM 35   |   Anderson Canyon Bridge

MM 34   |   Burns Creek Bridge

MM 34   |   Buck Creek Bridge

MM 33   |   Hot Springs Creek Bridge

MM 32   |   Lime Creek Bridge

MM 31   |   Dolan Creek Bridge

MM 28   |   Big Creek Bridge (narrow)

MM 26   |   Vicente Creek Bridge

MM 22   |   Pitkins Curve Bridge

MM 21   |   Limekiln Creek Bridge

MM 19   |   Kirk Creek Bridge

MM 18   |   Mill Creek Bridge (narrow)

MM 17   |   Wild Cattle Creek Bridge

MM 15   |   Prewitt Creek Bridge

MM 12   |   Willow Creek Bridge

MM 8   |   Alder Creek Bridge

MM 7   |   Villa Creek Bridge

MM 2   |   Salmon Creek Bridge