People tend to check in during these times:
It's worth noting that Pennybacker Bridge is only anchored on land - it doesn't bear any weight underwater. The bridge was named after Texas Department of Transportation engineer Percy V. Pennybacker
Climb the cliffs at the Northwest corner.
This bridge really exists. I don't know why a superuser marked it as "closed" - sigh
In the mood for some (architectural) drama? Check out the 360 Bridge, constructed so that nothing would interfere with Lake Austin's recreational swagger. – Jason, our Homesick Austinite
Right before you hit the bridge, there's an area for off-road parking. Park, climb up the semi-hidden trail, and enjoy the magnificent view of the lake in the day, the sunset, or stars at night.
I thought Austin was eco-friendly and conscious. I haven't seen this much trash and litter since the 80's.
climb the cliffs at the Northwest side of the bridge and see the view
A cool lookout over Lake Austin and peaceful views of the Westalke neighborhod.
Great views from the northwest cliffs
So beautiful and simple.
Get here early!
Must see! Totaly different view at different times of day. watch the sun go down, the lights come on, and a miniture view of our citys skyline