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Navajo Bridge, Grand Canyon National Park

Categories: Bridges, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.6/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
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  • My wife and I stopped here while traveling down Highway 87A. The history of the original bridge, which was quite a feat when it was originally built, is interesting. Also the new companion bridge, tha...  read more »
  • Beautiful bridge to cross and take pictures. There are a few spots to stop and take pictures. The views are amazing. 
  • We walked across the bridge but the highlight was seeing several condors take off from the cliff face and fly gracefully through the air! On our return we saw the condors again circling above the brid...  read more »
  • A great little stop off on the way to the north rim from the south. Pretty cool to drive over the Colorado and then walk over it, especially after seeing the grandeur of the Grand Canyon just hours before. A powerful contrast and exceptionally beautiful in its own right. The drive up was also great.
  • Fun stop during our long drive to Sedona. Fun to walk around the original bridge and read about the history. Modern and clean bathrooms.
  • Can't hike here as far as I know but you can park, get some cold water and take in the stunning views! I think the Colorado River must have some algae issue, at least on the day I was there, as the water was green. Not much to do there, but what there is to do is gorgeous and worth enduring the heat!
  • Probably not worth a trip just to see it, but definitely stop and get out if you're crossing it on your way to somewhere else. A great place to stop and marvel at the wonders of nature. There is a gift shop on the west side of the bridge.
  • Cool spot where the first bridge over the Grand Canyon (well, Marble Canyon to be exact) was completed in 1929, linking the Arizona Strip to the rest of AZ. Great views of the canyon and the nearly 500 foot drop to the river below. The old bridge is no longer used for vehicle, but you can walk it to stretch your legs and look around.