Natural Bridges
National Monument

Natural Bridges National Monument is a U.S. National Monument located about 50 miles (80 km) northwest of the Four Corners boundary of southeast Utah, in the western United States, at the junction of White Canyon and Armstrong Canyon, part of the Colorado River drainage. It features the thirteenth largest natural bridge in the world, carved from the white Permian sandstone of the Cedar Mesa Formation that gives White Canyon its name. The three bridges in the park are named Kachina, Owachomo, and Sipapu (the largest), which are all Hopi names. A natural bridge is formed through erosion by water flowing in the stream bed of the canyon. During periods of flash floods, particularly, the stream undercuts the walls of rock that separate the meanders (or "goosenecks") of the stream, until the…
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Well off the beaten-path, Natural Bridges National Monument may not be on your m…
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Vault toilet - Kochina Overlook Visitor Center (no food or beverages), campgroun…
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Fee: $5 individual - $10 vehicle - $25 annual pass Attractions: Natural bridges,…
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3.6 mile hike upstream along White Canyon in Natural Bridges National Monument, …
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Trails of Natural Bridges National Monument, southwest Utah - paths to the three…
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Natural Bridges National Monument, southeast Utah, contains three large natural …
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The Kachina Bridge trail is located in Natural Bridges National Monument which i…
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Of the "big 3 bridges" in the National Monument, Owachomo Bridge is the easiest …
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The Horsecollar Ruin Overlook trail is located in Natural Bridges National Monum…
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