Pedestrian Access to the Gateway Arch From Downtown
Pedestrian traffic on the Chestnut, Market St. and Pine St. bridges will be closed. This leaves Walnut St. and Washington Ave. as the Arch grounds points of entry to and from the city. See link for maps. More »
Photo Mural 27
September 14th Thursday [NB:Saturday]1805
"a Cloudy day in the Valies it rained and hailed, on the top of the mountains Some Snow fell. . . . here we wer compelled to kill a Colt for our men & Selves to eat for the want of meat & we named the South fork Colt killed Creek, and this river we Call Flathead River. The Mountains which we passed to day much worse than yesterday the last excessively bad & Thickly Strowed with falling timber & Pine ... Steep & Stony our men and horses much fatigued, The rain [blank]"
The above quote is taken directly from the Gary Moulton, University of Nebraska version of the Lewis and Clark Journals.
Did You Know?
The Gateway Arch at Jefferson National Expansion Memorial is 630 feet high and the span of the legs at ground level is 630 feet across. Click here to learn more about the Gateway Arch. More...