Encompassing just 160 square acres of land, Rainbow Bridge National Monument is one of the smallest units of the National Park Service. However, what it lacks in size it more than makes up for with an abundance of unique and interesting features. The primary feature is, of course, Rainbow Bridge itself, one of the largest natural bridges in the world.
During the summer months rangers are on site daily at the Rainbow Bridge viewing area to provide interpretive programs and information on the geology and cultural history of Rainbow Bridge. Group programs can be arranged throughout the year with advance notice.
How to Rainbow Bridge
While all of our visitor centers are closed, we cannot access our physical Passport Stamps. Until the buildings can reopen, please download our stamps here. Glen Canyon and Rainbow Bridge are located in the yellow section of your passport book, but there is also a black version for legibility.
Last updated: April 1, 2022