Overview

“Sheer cosmic poetry” is how one writer describes the world’s largest natural bridge. Accessible by boat (half and full-day tours from Wahweap Lodge & Marina and full days from Bullfrog and Halls Crossing Marinas) and via a strenuous trail from Navajo Mountain. The towering bridge is a sacred site to neighboring tribes, so visitors are asked to treat the Bridge with the respect they would use in a cathedral.>

Key Attractions

  • Overlook area that visitors can use to see the beautiful bridge and monument area

  • Hiking - permits can be obtained to hike directly to the monument from the Navajo Nation in Window Rock, AZ

  • Located with Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Lake Powell

Location

Located by Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Lake Powell, in Southern Utah. Accessible by hiking and by boat (boat tours or your own).

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