Snohomish County Public Works proposed to construct a foot bridge across a small ravine on the Lime Kiln Trail in spring 2014. A narrow, steep stream washed out a short section of the hiking trail. The bridge reconnected the trail, providing safe passage over the ravine. The bridge is approximately 30 feet long by 6 feet wide with a wooden deck and railings.
The project site is located east of Granite Falls on the Lime Kiln Trail in the Robe Valley Historical Park. The trailhead is located at the end of Waite Mill Road.
The trail follows old logging roads and a section of an abandoned railroad along the south side of the South Fork Stillaguamish River. The foot bridge site is about 2 miles from the trail head on a steep bank above the river.