• As you approach the viewing area from the docks, Rainbow Bridge peeks out from behind the cliffs.

    Rainbow Bridge

    National Monument Utah

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Tamarisk
The tamarisk is an invasive species, and is being removed in parts of Glen Canyon NRA. The plant also affects Rainbow Bridge National Monument.
 

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Did You Know?

Rainbow Bridge

Neighboring Indian tribes believe Rainbow Bridge is a sacred religious site. They travel to Rainbow Bridge to pray and make offerings near and under its lofty span. Special prayers are said before passing beneath the Bridge: neglect to say appropriate prayers might bring misfortune or hardship.