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Agate Bridge, Petrified Forest National Park

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  • While in the Petrified Forest National Park, stop at Agate Bridge. It can be a quick stop but look at the petrified tree.  more »
  • There's a nice newly built entry to see the bridge. It wasn't crowded so we were able to get some good pictures. It looks like the tree has been reinforced so that it doesn't fall to pieces which real...  more »
  • Beautiful hike, well laid out park with great signs and parking. Nice place to picnic beautiful sights.  more »
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  • The Agate Bridge is a petrified log that had the earth washed out from underneath it. The log began to break down so a concrete support has been placed underneath, taking away some of the majesty of the original site. If coming in from the north entrance, this will be the first close-up view of the petrified wood that is found all across the southern end of the park. A paved 150' (45 m) walkway leads to the overlook for the bridge. There is a restroom at this site but no water. An interpretive sign provides more information about the Agate Bridge. The parking lot has spaces for buses and RVs.
  • I was here in 1991 glad to see it is still there. Pretty neat thing to see.
  • Beautiful scene to see a huge petrified wood laid down as a bridge.
  • They had to put some cement in so that it wouldn't fall, kind of lame honestly
  • This site is great but I wish the fossilized tree was left alone rather than being supported by the concrete...