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A very nice visit. Take a boat to the dock and tie up. Hike in takes about 15minutes, and is in a pretty little canyon. In October there were still some wildflowers! The area before and at the base of the bridge has seating with...More
We booked the all-day tour (7:30-3) which involved 6 hrs of cruising and about 1.5 hours of tour Rainbow Bridge. Our Navajo guide (Camile) was excellent and we learned a lot about Navajo culture, clans, medicine, food, education, rituals, farming and much more by asking...More
By comparison, the Natural Bridge in Virginia, which was once owned by Thomas Jefferson and surveyed by George Washington, is a footnote in history. The Rainbow Bridge National Monument in Page, Arizona, is often described as the world's highest natural bridge. The span of Rainbow...More
Absolutely huge, far bigger than a picture can convey, gotta experience it yourself up close and persona. We took the Rainbow Bridge Tour from Lake Powell Resorts. Our boats pilot was awesome, she has been on this tour for 20 years. Once the tour boat...More
We took the boat tour from Wahweap Marina - had to meet for departure at 7:00 am and did not return until 2:45 pm even though it was supposed to be done by 1:30 (it turned out that we had the slowest driver). The long...More
Went to photograph Rainbow Monument following a Lake Powell boat cruise.
The hike to the monument was about 1 1/2 mile round trip, and it was not hard except in 1 or two places.
Our group of 60-70 year olds had no problem.
It is a difficult trip to get to this natural bridge, but worth the effort for me and my family. There is a lot of history associated with this National Park Monument lasting over many years. It is hard to imagine people finding this natural...More