The Nepalese Bridge


The Nepalese Bridge is a beautiful Nepalese-style pine bridge located in Randolph, New Hampshire. It is located right near the Mossy Glen waterfall. The bridge is maintained by The Randolph Mountain Club, a volunteer organization deeply involved in trail work and backcountry lodging in the area.

Be sure to check out the nearby Gordon Fall which is less than a half-mile away. Find more great spots to explore in New Hampshire at!


Covered Bridge Specs

  • Design/Style: Nepalese-style pine bridge
  • Carries: Recreation Trail
  • Crosses: Carlton Brook
  • Maintained by: The Randolph Mountain Club
  • Usage: Open to pedestrians
  • World Guide Number: 29-04-c


  • Address: Durand Rd
  • Town: Randolph
  • State: New Hampshire
  • GPS: Lat 44.37736 Lng -71.27984
  • Parking notes: The best parking area to get to the bridge is the Ledge Trail Trailhead lot just off Durand Rd. You can then follow Bee Line Trail towards the bridge.
  • Parking directions: HERE
  • Location directions: HERE


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