Natural Bridges National Monument

Established in 1908, Utah's oldest National Park Service site is among the finest examples of ancient stone architecture in the Southwest. Where meandering streams cut through the canyon walls, three natural bridges formed: Kachina, Owachomo and Sipapu. Open year-round.

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  • Miles From SLC: 343 mi/552 km southeast of Salt Lake
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Natural Bridges National Monument

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HC 60 Box 1, Lake Powell, UT 84533-0101
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