• Owachomo Bridge

    Natural Bridges

    National Monument Utah

Things To Do

Visitors enjoy a guided walk at Natural Bridges
Visitors enjoy a guided walk at Natural Bridges
NPS Photo by Neal Herbert
 

Auto Touring

The scenic drive is open year-round. This paved, nine-mile loop provides access to all the bridges. Each may be viewed by walking a short distance to an overlook. An archeological site may also be viewed from an overlook along the scenic drive.

Camping

The 13-site campground is open year-round on a first-come, first-served basis. More...

Hiking

While many park features are visible from overlooks along the scenic drive, the true beauty of Natural Bridges lies just a short walk away from the pavement. Moderate hiking trails lead from overlooks to the base of each natural bridge, while longer loops hikes connect the bridges at the canyon bottom or on the mesa top. More...

Interpretive Programs

The Natural Bridges interpretive staff offers a variety of ranger-led activities spring through fall. Evening programs are presented in the campground amphitheater May through October (topics vary). Guided walks, overlook talks (along the loop drive) and patio talks (at the visitor center) are given throughout the week spring through fall. Times and topics vary. Please contact the park or check bulletin boards for current schedules.

Astronomy programs are presented in the front commons area at Natural Bridges Visitor Center on Wednesday and Thursday nights through October. All programs start at dusk. Contact the park for more information.

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