Natural Bridges National Monument

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Natural Bridges National Monument
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bill b
Hickory, NC171 kontribusi
Apr 2022
We drove the loop on a nice sunny day. This is rugged land with several nice hikes. You can see the three bridges from lookouts along the road or hike under them. They are all very impressive wide bridges. We had a picnic under a tree. The road and facilities are well maintained. There is a camp ground which would be a great place for dark sky viewing.
Ditulis pada 26 Mei 2022
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bigthicket
520 kontribusi
Mei 2022 • Pasangan
Loved everything about this National Monument. The scenic, paved road is only 9 miles but be sure to stop at as many sights as you have time for. I did the Sipapu Bridge Hike which was a little steep and required a ladder and a few staircases to get to the viewpoint ledge. It’s only halfway down but provides an excellent view so I didn’t feel like I needed to go further. Then both my husband and I did the Horsecollar Ruin Overlook trail where you can see Puebloan cliff dwellings. This was a less than one mile hike and I thought quite easy. I was glad my husband could do this one with me in spite of his bad back. Stopped at the Owachomo Bridge Viewpoint and the Visitor’s Center as well. We had no charge upon entering the park with our Senior National Park pass. We did this all in half a day. This is a must stop if you are ever in the area. Very well maintained.
Ditulis pada 14 Mei 2022
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Creekside at Y
Silver Gate, MT17 kontribusi
Apr 2022
Extremely helpful and friendly rangers at the visitor center, we loved the canyon views and natural bridges and the cliff dwelling ruins.
Ditulis pada 23 April 2022
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Cecil P
Michigan238 kontribusi
Jul 2021
This is a get out of car to visit park. Although the scenery is great looking out the car window driving around the loop road it is basically as beautiful as the drive to the park. You will need to walk to the handicap accessible view platforms to view the natural bridges which are formed down in the canyons. The sun and shading can make them difficult to spot under certain circumcises. If you are healthy the best view is to hike down to them. Take water and take your time and get out and walk around but be sure to stay on the trails the soil organisms are fragile.
Ditulis pada 10 Januari 2022
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Techlady
Santa Monica, CA30 kontribusi
Agt 2021
Natural Bridges has all the great hikes and views that all the reviewers have mentioned. What they didn't talk about is the great campground. This campground features large campsites with tent pads (sand-filled areas that make a soft place to sleep), picnic tables and fire rings. The cost is $15 per night This visitor center has a water dispenser for those who need it. Given that the nearest formal campground is about 30 miles away, Natural Bridges Campground is a refuge that has access to all the great hiking and ruins on Cedar Mesa, Elk Ridge, Comb Ridge and even the Abajo Mountains.
Coupled with the pleasant and helpful staff at the visitor center, I find this one of the finest places to stay in the Southwest.
Ditulis pada 19 Agustus 2021
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rdsm77
Tucson, AZ292 kontribusi
Apr 2021
I had come to Natural Bridges from Hovenweep on Hwy 262 which was full of potholes. Not fun. However, once I got off that road the drive through Bears Ears to Natural Bridges was much better and very scenic. There was one point where they cut through the mountain to build the road. It opens up into a vast canyon and then you go up the other side. Amazing.

By the time I got to Natural Bridges the bookstore wasn’t open and wouldn’t reopen until 2PM. I got there around noon. This was a great park. Lovely drive. It was a cold and cloudy day and not too many people were in the park. I went to all the overlooks but didn’t do any of the long hikes to the bridges themselves because I was too tired and sore from a week of hiking.

Went to the Sipapu Bridge Viewpoint then to the Horse Collar Ruin Overlook. That had a .6 mile trail to get to the overlook. It’s sad that people were passing this trail by because it had some really pretty canyon views before getting to the Indian ruins. It was VERY windy though. Coming around the corner the wind blasted and pushed me backwards.

Next was the Kachina Bridge Viewpoint. The last one was the Owachomo Bridge Viewpoint and I did that trail even though it was steep down into the canyon. It was only .5 miles. The bridge did look a lot better from underneath so it was definitely worth the hike. And once I got back up to the top it was snowing!!! Not a lot but enough to be exciting for someone who rarely sees snow.

There was also a pullout to get a look at Bears Ears. Then went back to the visitor center which now was open since it was about 2:30PM and bought some neat items in the bookstore.
Ditulis pada 29 Juli 2021
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Sally T
Albuquerque, NM5.005 kontribusi
Jun 2021
We visited Natural Bridges National Monument since it was only a short drive from Bears Ears. Natural Bridges National Monument (6,200-ft), situated high atop Cedar Mesa, illustrates the power of water in shaping a high desert landscape. Intermittent streams have cut two deep canyons and three massive bridges in sandstone formed from what was once the shore of an ancient sea that covered the area. Trails, starting on the mesa, descend into the canyons to the bridges, named "Kachina," "Owachomo" and "Sipapu" in honor of the Native Americans that once lived in the area. A longer trail meanders along the bottom of scenic White and Armstrong Canyons and across the mesa, connecting the three bridges in a great 9 mile loop hike. We love this looped scenic drive and not having to step over people when we are at the overlooks and while hiking the trails leading to Sipapu and Owachomo.
Ditulis pada 6 Juli 2021
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Kaye N
Provo, UT1.804 kontribusi
Mei 2021
Growing up in Utah I thought I'd seen everything but I had never been to this area before. It was wonderful! The three bridges are easy to see from viewpoints you can stop at. I'd love to do the hike through all three someday in the fall or spring.

If you're traveling through the area to someplace else, take the time to stop and see these natural wonders.
Ditulis pada 5 Juli 2021
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Rick H
Goodyear, AZ378 kontribusi
Jul 2021 • Pasangan
What an underrated National Monument!

We visited the monument yesterday and were really happy with how beautiful and well maintained the monument is. Staff at the Visitors Center were very friendly and informative.

It’s s 9 mile one-way loop around the monument. Of course we stopped at all of the lookouts and view points. Our favorite was the 3rd bridge, named Owachomo Bridge. It was a relatively short walk to the base of the bridge. It was really neat. You can go right under the bridge!

Thank you National Park Service.
Ditulis pada 4 Juli 2021
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BIG_DELPortStLucieFL
Port St Lucie FL35 kontribusi
Mei 2021
Beautiful place to explore 3 Natural Bridges and the creek bed that created them. Plenty of spots to stop and take pictures, or hike.
Ditulis pada 31 Mei 2021
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