Natural Bridges National Monument is a pleasant, well-kept small park featuring three large natural bridges attractively set at the bottom of two adjacent canyons. A paved road along the edge of the canyons provides good views of the bridges. Hiking trails wind down the canyon walls to the bridges and run along the canyons floors between them. There are also views of some interesting Indian cliff dwellings built high into the canyon walls above the bridges.
Natural Bridges National Monument is located 47 miles west of Blanding and 43 miles north of Mexican Hat in the southeast corner of Utah.
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