The project is inspired by two sources. First: driftwood that follows along the natural flow of the river paths and second: the maneuvering techniques that surfers utilize when riding on the wave, including cutback, snap, and floaters. Recombining and implementing these natural and dynamic movements to the proposal is believed to enhance the experience for all visitors.The primary function of the proposal is to provide a safe access from the special events parking area at Old Pacific Highway 101 to the Trestles. The proposed bridge is created out of FSC certified hardwood and timbers for its supporting structures. Technically, to provide a minimized impact to the wetland, the main circulation spine follows the existing hard pack path, only elevated so its structures are all anchored to the hard path below. The new circulation curls around the bluff anchoring its structure to its non-wetland surfaces. When gradually approaching over the active railroad track the circulation cuts back its direction, turning from east to west. The circulation eventually descends to the Trestles providing multiple accesses, either by accessing one of the two provided stairs or ending its path down the ADA compliant circulation ramp.