Your first stop at Natural Bridges should be the visitor center, located on the right as you come into the monument. After, you may want to stop at the campground and claim a site if you plan on spending the night.
The main features of Natural Bridges are, of course, the natural bridges. The monument protects three natural bridges: Sipapu Bridge, Kachina Bridge, and Owachomo Bridge. Trailheads and overlooks for each bridge are located along the main driving loop.
The monument is more than its namesake, however. Horse Collar Ruin, a remarkably preserved ancestral Pueblo site, is a must-see for anyone interested in the park's human history. If you have time, we also recommend checking out the Solar Panel field. Did you know that Natural Bridges is completely powered by solar energy?
Last updated: July 16, 2018