Natural Bridge, Bryce Canyon National Park
Natural Bridge

Natural Bridge located in Bryce Canyon National Park is misnamed as it is in fact an arch. It is 85 feet high and is easily accessed from the Bryce Canyon rim drive – it is only steps away from the parking. The way the land falls away from it offers a nice view and photo opp. There are no hiking opportunities around the arch as the ground is too steep.

Bryce Canyon has myriads of small arches (I’d call them windows), but Natural Bridge is easily the best of them. There are two artificial arches that you can drive through along state road 12 in Red Canyon state park which is near Bryce Canyon. They are technically tunnels, but if looks and feels more like driving through arches.

Red Rock Arch
Road driving through tunnel arch at Red Rock State Park near Bryce

Bryce Canyon National Park is located in southwestern Utah and is well worth your time. You can read about it here.

To read about other national parks, go here.

See a list of natural bridges and arches I have seen with descriptions and advice here.

Utah is a great state to visit, with lots of things to see and do. Learn a bot a bunch of them here.

 

 

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