The farthest upstream crossing of the Telire River is located N9.52951° W83.34186°, the name of the place is Shakaba Kja. It means “rainbow”. The reason for this is the river flows through a canyon and makes two hard 90° turns. As it turns, the water strikes the wall of the canyon with a great deal of force creating as it were, a permanent rainbow.
Like the other bridges, this bridge is very important for movement along the river valley. During the rainy season, one or more of these log bridges always wash away. When that happens, all movement stops until a repair can be made. No exit for any reason is possible.