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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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Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
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Reviewed 27 October 2016

The bridges over Marble Canyon are beautiful by themselves: graceful metal arches, one for cars on the main road, one for pedestrians. The view upriver is gorgeous; downriver is a little harder to see because of the bridge. Every viewpoint in the area has stands...More

Thank HouMSW
Reviewed 26 October 2016

Stopped here to be amazed by the beautiful scenery, the construction of these bridges, the condors resting on the cliffs. Loved it.

Thank Jean A
Reviewed 26 October 2016

A nice stop before going down the canyon to see Lee's Ferry. You can walk out on the bridge to get a good view of the Colorado River.

Thank David H
Reviewed 17 October 2016

A nice stop with Indian traders selling goods and view of the blue water below this makes a good place to stop. This is a place where condors trained to fly, but not today'

Thank Boborunner
Reviewed 16 October 2016

My wife and I stopped here while traveling down Highway 87A. The history of the original bridge, which was quite a feat when it was originally built, is interesting. Also the new companion bridge, that takes today's traffic across the Colorado River, almost looks like...More

Thank Illinois_John
Reviewed 14 October 2016 via mobile

Beautiful bridge to cross and take pictures. There are a few spots to stop and take pictures. The views are amazing.

Thank Autumn M
Reviewed 4 October 2016

We walked across the bridge but the highlight was seeing several condors take off from the cliff face and fly gracefully through the air! On our return we saw the condors again circling above the bridge.

Thank JGandIG
Reviewed 1 October 2016

This is a breathtaking walk! You will enjoy the sign that says "Don't jump from bridge".....good advice! Enjoy the walk and you will probably find a place at the end to purchase some jewelry. Marvel at this structure and what it spans!

Thank peanutsNewYork
Reviewed 1 October 2016 via mobile

The Navajo Bridge it's beautiful and if you enjoy engineering architecture this is the place for you. The area is beautiful and being able too walk across the bridge enables you to take some amazing pictures. The only draw back is I wish there had...More

Thank Madonna B
Reviewed 1 October 2016

You'll find the bridge on Highway 89A between Bitter Springs and Jacob Lake, AZ - we were actually kind of taken by surprise as we came up on it! We're so very glad we stopped, parked and walked the bridge...the Colorado River below was so...More

Thank amfh
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Anne H
5 September 2017|
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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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