Do you want to help Rainbow Bridge National Monument?
With donor and member support, the Glen Canyon Natural History Association works in cooperation with the National Park Service to fund projects and programs that are beyond the financial capacity of the park. Your gift to the Glen Canyon Natural History Association will help protect Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Rainbow Bridge National Monument and preserve our heritage. Your donation will also support environmental education, visitor services, the GRIT program, and printed guides to the park.
Contact the Association at (928) 608-6530. You may also mail donations to:
If you would like to support a specific program, choose from the list below and add as an Attn: line on the envelope.
To donate directly to the park:
Glen Canyon NRA has developed the Graffiti Removal and Intervention Team (GRIT) program in order to remove non-historical graffiti from rock faces and sandstone walls, and from shoreline areas within the park. Graffiti is removed using water and wire brushes.
McGinn-Axelsen Scholarship Fund
On October 14, 2010, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area celebrated the lives of two Park Rangers who lost their lives in a private airplane crash. Brent McGinn, Chief Ranger, and Laurie Axelsen, Dangling Rope District Ranger, were good people and great rangers. A Scholarship fund to put young people through ranger school has been established.
Did You Know?
Rainbow Bridge spans 275 feet across Bridge Creek in an almost perfect parobolic arch. The top of the arch is 42 feet thick and 33 feet wide.