San Antonio’s newest eco-landmark just got even better. The skywalk portion of the Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge at Phil Hardberger Park is now open to the public.
Climbing 18 feet off the ground, the elevated walkway offers spectacular views of the tree canopy and connects pedestrians to the land bridge. The bridge and skywalk are about a half-mile walk from either the N.W. Military Highway or Blanco Road parking areas.
The skywalk is open to the public during park hours, from sunrise to sunset every day. No bikes are allowed on the walkway. It is ADA-accessible and features a seating area so you can relax under the trees.
For more information, visit philhardbergerpark.org.