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One of the single-lane bridges along the Cassiar Highway 37. You have to exercise a lot of caution when approaching them, so as to make sure there are no other vehicles crossing.

The Cassiar Highway 37 in British Columbia runs North/South and connects the Yellowhead Highway 16 to the Alaska Highway. It is extremely remote in places, with very few towns or services along it's 450 miles. There is a lot of wildlife in the area, and I saw numerous black bears crossing the road and on the shoulder. The route is almost entirely paved, but there is no center line along long stretches.

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