Plan Your Visit

Two men on a hiking trail

Hikers in White Canyon



Natural Bridges sits high on Cedar Mesa, 6,500 feet above sea level. Intermittent streams have cut two deep canyons and three massive bridges in sandstone formed from what was once the shore of an ancient sea. At each of the bridges, trails descend into the canyons from the loop road. A longer trail meanders along the canyon bottoms through oak and cottonwood groves (shown above), connecting the three bridges in one loop hike.

Basic Information
Operating Hours, Weather, Fees and more.

Directions and Transportation
Get directions to the monument.

Eating & Sleeping
Find information about the campground.

Places to Go
Learn about each natural bridge.

Things to Do
Find a hiking trail.

Park Regulations
Learn how your actions can help protect the park.


The Calendar, Safety, Accessibility, and Nearby Attractions pages can also help you make the most of your visit.

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