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Historic Navajo Bridge

Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
+1 928-608-6200
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Stretching more than 750 feet in length, this graceful bridge rises 470 feet above the Colorado River.
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"stretch your legs"
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"interpretive center"
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"worth a stop"
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"lees ferry"
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"great view of the river"
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Reviewed 26 April 2017

This was a GREAT place to stop for a quick walk/hike and bathroom break. The views are just wonderful and it was really neat seeing the twin bridges.

Thank lcgovols
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Reviewed 19 April 2017

I visited this spot around 5pm-6pm in mid April 2017, the colors were phenomenal. From the south side of the bridge facing north you are viewing the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in the background of the bridge. Very cool.

Thank Ashley S
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Reviewed 27 March 2017

This bridge is really out of the way for probably the average person but our route was taking us almost exactly this way so we stopped to see it. On the west side, there is a place to stop and walk down to the bridge...More

Thank Layla T
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Reviewed 25 March 2017 via mobile

Stunning views of the Colorado river 500 ft below you. This engineering marvel, built in the 20's, is well worth the stop.

Thank Deanne A
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Reviewed 13 March 2017

Historic Navajo Bridge spans the Colorado River, a formidable bridge span across a vast canyon. The contrast between the natural and built environment is awe inspiring as well as a convenience to bring both sides of the Colorado River community together. No tolls.

Thank Sassamatt
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Reviewed 3 March 2017

When we traveled to N Arizona last year we decided to take a side trip and visit the historic Navajo Bridge. There is a great view of the canyon and you can walk out on the old bridge which parallels the newer bridge. We had...More

1  Thank Yvonne M
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Reviewed 3 March 2017

The Navajo Bridges are the only crossing of the Colorado between Glen Canyon Dam and Hoover Dam, some 300 Miles of river!! There are two bridges - The old one built in the 20's (Of the last century) and the new one completed in the...More

Thank Shaked007
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Reviewed 22 February 2017

I got to see my first California Condor there which was a big bonus. Sadly, it was Sunday, and I was unable to go inside the Navajo Interpretive Center, but it was a treat to walk across and look at the river below. This bridge...More

Thank travelwriter52
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Reviewed 19 January 2017

Located on US-89A between Page, Arizona and the Grand Canyon's North Rim, this site is home to two magnificent bridges spanning the Colorado River in Marble Canyon. These are two of the highest bridges in the United States, with heights of 467 and 470 feet....More

1  Thank Andrei S
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Reviewed 13 January 2017

We came across this bridge by accident. We were looking at google maps to find a spot within a short distance from Page to take a look at the Colorado River and, hopefully, find a spot for some sunset photography. The bridge is actually found...More

Thank Ozi_Traveller
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Anne H
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Response from mentalgopher | Reviewed this property |
I've been to the Navajo Bridge twice. The first time was before noon (around 10 a.m.) and I saw several condors. The second time was closer to late afternoon (around 4:00 p.m.) and I did not see any.
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