This place along the Columbia River was a crossroads of trade among Indigenous people long before the Hudson’s Bay Company established it as a colonial trading post. Today, the site features a 40-foot wide earth-covered pedestrian bridge that arcs over State Route 14, reconnecting historic Fort Vancouver with the Columbia River.
Join Executive Director Colin Fogarty for a tour of the Confluence Land Bridge to hear about the history of this landscape and the origins of Confluence. Learn also about the recent renovation of the Land Bridge and new artwork by Lillian Pitt (Warm Springs). Friday Friend Tours are designed for the Friends of Confluence, donors who make our work possible, and anyone they would like to invite along. Not yet a Friend of Confluence? Support this work today!
The Land Bridge is a one-third of a mile walk over a paved footpath with a mild grade. The walk takes about an hour. Lunch is an option afterward at various locations in Vancouver a short drive from the Land Bridge.