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Natural Bridges National Monument

Natural Bridges National Monument is located just north of Cedar Mesa. It is very easy to find; signs along Highways 95 and 276 will point you in the right direction. It is very family friendly, with improved campsites, water, marked trails, a visitors center and rangers on duty. There are also pay telephones and a mailbox. The visitor's center has many of the indiginous plants near its entrance marked with identifiation tags. A short walk across the street takes you to their solar array- a field of panels which provides all the park's power. There is a day-long hike which takes you through White Canyon, under all three natural bridges and across the mesa top back to your starting point. For a shorter hike you can choose one or more of the bridges as a down and back hike.

One of the three main natural bridges inside natural bridges national monument.  
 One of the three main natural bridges inside the Monument.

horsecollar ruin, whiite canyon, natural bridges national monument, utah.
Horsecollar Ruin, White Canyon, Natural Bridges National Monument.

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